Sinclaire Sparkman: Regrowing the trees in Cedars of Lebanon State Park
As it stands today, Cedars of Lebanon State Park protects the largest existing stand of Eastern Red Cedars in the United States. It is home to various types of rare plants, such as the limestone flame flower and yellow sunnybell. There are hiking trails, camping areas, a swimming pool, cabins, a disk golf course and riding stables, which are currently closed for the year, among other facilities. The land became a state park in 1955 after passing through the hands of various government organizations.
Updated Apr 14, 2017 at 1:00 PM