Besides studying the area around the spring we also walk along the Hawthorne Trail and side trails. It has a pavilion, bathrooms, boat ramp, plenty of shade, parking and a nature walk.Colby-Alderman Park: 1099 Massachusetts Street, Cassadaga. It is the most handicap accessible site for studying wild edibles.A July survey showed at least three dozen edible species growing, from fruiting persimmons to spurge nettle to blossoming kudzu.
Because of the distance this class has to have 10 confirmed students ahead of time.Because of the distance this class has to have confirmed students ahead of time.DIRECTIONS: Take 4th Street off State road 331 (SE Williston Road.) At SE 15th Street (a T-intersection) turn right.That is a left if coming from from the south, a right if coming from the north.) Once on 472 and leaving the interstate behind go to the first traffic light and turn right onto Dr. After you are on the parkway, turn right at the first street, which is Cassadaga Road (Country Road 4139.) Continue 1.5 miles to Cassadaga. While the main road immediately turns left you will go straight (which is where the GPS puts you.) Go down a short hill where the road bears right and ends in the park. We will walk 1.8 miles with most of it on a paved walkway or a sand path.Dreher Park, 1200 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach, 33405.Follow the convoluted signs to the science center (which is not where the GPS puts you.) Park anywhere.