Stopped at the visitor center to get some information about the water trails. Folks are friendly and very helpful. Place is run by volunteers, so very impressive. There is an entry fee to enter the preserve, but it is quite unique and worth the trip as it is quite scenic with places to stop and take in the view. It's right around the corner from the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park, so you could do both in an afternoon.
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