Warwick County Park

In the 18th and 19th centuries, Warwick’s woodlands provided much of the raw timber used to make charcoal for the region’s iron furnaces and forges. Remains of the iron industry can still be seen at various charcoal hearths along old cart paths and trails. The 538 acres of the park include mature deciduous forest, warm season grass meadows, French Creek (an Exceptional Value stream), and Hiking Trails.