has a waterfall, creek, gardens, outdoor chapel, and a historical 13th century prayer and meditation labyrinth.
Notes: I called two days ahead to say we were coming. We were greeted sternly because people have been using their parking as a park and ride, leaving cars in the parking area for overnight even. The woman also looked quite suspiciously at our small day packs and said we cannot take food or water on the trail. She complained that people have been leaving trash. We never made it to see the labyrinth, but did walk the trail. It is indeed serene and beautiful. Please use the picnic area to eat. Take your water in a non-disposable container. Please, please be considerate of the owners and of people who use this place. Leave it cleaner than you find it. Enjoy the view. The restrooms are only open on week-ends due to the drought.
- A picnic area is available for reservation for bible studies, or other small group activities. A family picnic is fine too. Please take out your trash. No BBQing is allowed.
- The prayer labyrinth is a historical replica of a 13th century as a meditation or prayer path. Please don't let children run about or disturb the rocks that line the path. It sits near Rattlesnake Creek and the gardens.
- Please, no wading or splashing around in the creek.
- No pets allowed.
- The outdoor chapel accommodates 150 people, and is available for memorials, weddings, and baptisms.
- While the property is privately owned, the Grace Works Community Project has designed and constructed the interfaith nondenominational labyrinth. (Donations are welcome and are tax deductible.)