France Park

Quarries have always fascinated me.   There’s something magnificent about a massive manmade hole in the ground, especially once it’s been reclaimed by nature. As a young child, my parents often took me camping at France Park and I quickly became enamored with its unusual beauty.  From the 1840 to 1943, the property had been mined for limestone, leaving behind three impressively large quarries and many … Continue reading France Park