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York Park

The park offers 40 acres of urban, mixed hardwood forest on a hilly site, boggy wetland, and one-quarter mile of undeveloped lakeshore. Enjoy three miles of graveled trails and a viewing platform. Birds in the forest include Golden-winged, Northern Parula, Magnolia, Blackburnian and Mourning Warblers, Evening Grosbeaks, Red-eyed and Blue-headed Vireos, and Brown Creepers. On the lake, one can find Common Loons, Bald Eagles, Osprey and a variety of ducks and herons.

Directions: The park is located on the northern edge of Amery, on the west side of Hwy 46. Paved parking and well-maintained trails.

York Park map

Gazetteer: Page 71, B-6 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 41, C-5 (10th edition).

Phone: 715/268-7486 (City of Amery).

Web site: Polk County Tourism

Signature species: Spring migratory warblers, and loons on the lake.

Hours: Open 6am-10pm daily.

Seasonality: Best in spring, summer and fall.

Accessibility: One trail is paved, railed fishing pier.

Nearest food & lodging: Amery.