~ Rich Merry


Palmyra Cove Nature Park    

Palmyra Cove Nature Park's 250 acres comprise upland forest, meadows, and wetlands, including the 125 acres the freshwater tidal cove after which the park is named.

Passive activities allowed along the 9.5 miles of trails include wildlife watching, hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and even geocaching. Our trails are also the perfect place to take an afternoon stroll or go for a run.

Palmyra Cove has been given the distinction of being designated an Important Bird and Birding Area (IBBA), with 215 bird species being observed in the park so far.

In addition to birds, other wildlife are attracted to Palmyra Cove's diverse habitats, including butterflies and dragonflies.              

To learn more about current park observations please visit our sightings page.