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Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park

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A Whitetailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus - forages in the woods.

A Whitetailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus - forages in the woods.

A rare turpentine scar provides a glimpse of historic uses of the park's natural resources.

A rare turpentine scar provides a glimpse of historic uses of the park's natural resources.

Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park has over 10.5 miles of trails.

Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park has over 10.5 miles of trails.


A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.

A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.

A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.

A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.

A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.

A Salt Marsh Skipper rests on one of many wildflowers at the park.


Kayakers frequently enjoy the tidal marshes and creeks at Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park.

Kayakers frequently enjoy the tidal marshes and creeks at Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park.

Interpretative programs teach the public about Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve's important ecological role.

Interpretative programs teach the public about Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve's important ecological role.

The Gopher Tortoise - Gopherus polyphemus - is well suited for life in the park's upland forests.

The Gopher Tortoise - Gopherus polyphemus - is well suited for life in the park's upland forests.


A Whitetailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus - forages in the woods.

A Whitetailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus - forages in the woods.