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“Pemberton Historical Park”

Pemberton Historical Park
Ranked #3 of 24 things to do in Salisbury
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

The Park is a lovely area for walks, meditation, couples just enjoying the scenery.
Children can run freely and there is ample parking available. The corn fields are nearby , so they add to the country feel.

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Reviewed 18 March 2013

This is a great place to wander for the day. There are numerous walking trails and pets are allowed. Take a picnic lunch and hang out. They have wonderful programs all year long and a great Wine Festival in the Fall.

1  Thank styxchik
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

On a sunny day a stroll through Pemberton Historical Park is the ticket to natures beauty, and all its tranquility.

1  Thank ISAAC P
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Reviewed 27 June 2012

Very nice hiking trails off of the beaten path that give access to beautiful river views. You can plan a whole day hiking here and not get bored.

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Reviewed 14 June 2012

While the historic buildings were not open when we visited, we had the pleasure of walking several of the trails, and riding our tandem bicycle on the equestrian trail (no bikes on most of the trails). It is a gorgeous area, and a wonderful summer outing. Based on the buildings, and the care taken with the (period style) fencing and other outdoor structures, I have every reason to believe that it would be a good cultural experience when open indoors, as well. Outdoor signage is good, telling you a bit about the history of the place. A trail map is located outside the main building. In June, you will be rewarded with turtles almost beyond count. The logs in the pond by the equestrian trail were covered in turtles. Approach very quietly! For a fuller outdoor experience, combine this with the Trap Pond State Park (Cypress Swamp) a few miles north of here, just across the Delaware border, for a full day outing.

2  Thank urbanrev
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