An interesting nature preserve of sand that is host to the endangered species of butterfly known as the Karner Blue butterfly. The preserve, itself, is one of the largest inland pine barrens in the world. There are a lot of great hiking trails through the area, and an interesting center that educates you about the history of how the preserve was formed, and of the wildlife that benefits from living there. A must if you are interested in ecology, preservation and a rare inland sandy pine barren.
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