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If you are interested in supporting Coleman Memorial Park's forestry efforts visit the Commemorative Tree Program
Coleman Memorial Park encourages visitors to explore and interact with nature. The park is home to many native species of birds as well as migratory birds that are passing through. This makes the park an ideal place for the bird watching enthusiast.
More than half of Coleman Memorial park remains a natural forest. The park contains some of the largest and oldest trees in the state. As part of the Coleman legacy in the park, we are left with many rare and beautiful specimens of trees and shrubs, planted by the Coleman Family as well as the remains of some of the formal garden beds that once graced the mansions. Also found in Coleman Park; is the European Beech, Umbrella Magnolia, Chinese Toon, the Bottlebrush Buckeye, and Jetbead. There are many more natural wonders left by the Coleman Family for the entire county to enjoy.
Presently the Park has a nature trail that traverses 1.6 miles throughout the park utilizing a combination of off-road trails and existing park walkways. This trail passes through many of these unique floras as well as the historic ruins of the North Lebanon Furnace.