Rawlings/Stinson Park

***Estimated November 2019 for Reopen***
Site of the famous Red
Bird Petroglyph inscriptions

Features include:
-A new Crumb Rubber walking track that circles the park.
-A large covered stage for outdoor concerts.
-New play ground equipment.
-A wedding gazebo.
-Movies In The Park 2nd & 4th Friday during summer months weather permitting (family movies) – Check Events calendar on Home Page for movies.
-A Clay County Veterans Memorial.
-Large shelter houses for family and other gatherings, with grills.
-A concrete boat ramp on Goose Creek.
-A large protected, historic rock with ancient inscriptions recognized nationally.
-A scenic, tree-shaded walking trail along beautiful and historic Goose Creek connects Rawlings and Stinson Park to Riverside Park upstream.

River Walk Trail
Path of the Warrior’s Path used by Daniel Boone, Dr. Thomas Walker
and countless other explorers

River Side Park

Goose Creek was the famous route for salt boats in early 1800s.

New char-grilling equipment and landscaping. Picnic tables and a shelter house. The River Walk trail along Goose Creek connects this park with Rawlings and Stinson Park

Goose Creek Salt Works
Site of famous salt works from 1790s, first Clay government,
new home of Cotton Cabin

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