About Emily Traphagen Park

Emily Traphagen (pronounced trap – hagen) is an 100-acre park that is part of the Preservation Parks of Delaware County system. It is home to woodland, prairie, wetland and pond habitats, allowing visitors to see a wide variety of wildlife, including mink, red fox, gray tree frogs, woodpeckers, barred owls, herons and waterfowl. Karst geology, characterized by sinkholes, caves and underground drainage systems, underlies sections of the park. The park includes 1.2 miles of gravel and grass trail, a reservable picnic shelter, a playground and a natural play area. The park is open 8 a.m.-9 p.m., March-October, and 8 a.m.-7 p.m., November-February.

Features & Amenities

Picnic shelter, playground, natural play area, walking trails

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