Hubbard County Park
The 1,815-acre Hubbard County Park in Flanders has a wide variety of flowers, plants, aquatic creatures, reptiles and birds. Its grounds feature beaches and woodland, as well as marshes and salt flats, with freshwater fishing at Penny Pond. It is home to the "Ghost Forest," stumps of Atlantic white cedars that lived when sea levels were lower and the shoreline farther out into Flanders Bay. The "Ghost Forest" can be seen low tide.
A grassy trail leads to the waterfront at Hubbard County Park in Flanders. Enjoy freshwater fishing, canoeing and kayaking at Penny Pond or explore more than 1,800 acres of open land.
Hubbard County Park(Credit: Carl Corry)
A short wooden deck offers visitors a place to look out to an expansive prairie at Hubbard County Park in Flanders. Visitors can explore more than 1,800 acres of open land or enjoy freshwater fishing, canoeing and kayaking on Penny Pond.