THE LABYRINTH

The Labyrinth located in the field just south of the Miner's Memorial, is a walking meditation, a maze of sorts. In keeping with the natural aspects of the park, the labyrinth path is lined by wildflowers and grasses. The history of this particualr labyrinth pattern dates back to the 12th century. Visitors who walk it are invited  to contemplate on their own spiritual life journeys, pause in the middle to think and reflect ... then walk out by reversing the journey. From the entrance to the center gazebo is measured at .71 mile, or just under 1.5 miles form beginning to end.

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Entry sign.

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Aerial View

Aerial View

Arial view of the Labyrinth.

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Spring flowers.

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Moonbeam Coreopsis wildflower.

LABYRINTH

LABYRINTH

Aerial view that shows the actual maze pattern.

Spring Burn

Spring Burn

A spring controlled burn.

After the burn

After the burn

This is the Labyrinth after a controlled burn. When the weather/season permits, a controlled burn is done in late winter to burn off last years growth and to help escalate growth of new seeds.

After the burn

After the burn

The Labyrinth after a controlled burn.

Labyrinth in Fall

Labyrinth in Fall

Early fall as flowers and grasses are going dormant.

Labyrinth in fall

Labyrinth in fall

Early fall as vegetation is beginning to die back.

Labyrinth in fall

Labyrinth in fall

Early fall in the Labyrinth.

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