Lynch’s Wood Park

Lynch’s Wood Park

Overview

Area name

Lynch’s Wood Park

Area Location

Drive Highway 219 west heading to Newberry for approximately 3.2 miles and turn left onto Highway 76. Travel Highway 76 for .7 miles, the park entrance will be on your left.

Area Map

Access

Hours of Operation: all day, all year long.

Facilities

Background

A 286-acre public park, Lynch’s Woods Park has a 4-mile dirt road surrounding the park. The road contains several interesting stone bridges which were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The best times for birding here are April/May and September/October.

Key Birds

Resident

Northern Bobwhite, Hairy Woodpecker.

Summer

Common Nighthawk, Acadian Flycatcher, Eastern Wood-Pewee, Red-eyed Vireo, Yellow-throated Vireo, Wood Thrush, Northern Parula, Yellow-throated Warbler, Summer Tanager, Orchard Oriole.

Winter

American Woodcock, Winter Wren.