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CCC Memorial

Trail Open: Year Round

GPS at Trailhead: N37.38.675 W094 48.283

GPS: N37.38.675 W094 48.283

Map of Location

Miles: 0.25

Type of trail: - Hiking

Description:

This paved .25 mile historic self guided interpretive trail features items used in the building of Farlington Lake and a statue of a CCC Worker is at the entrance to the memorial.

CCC Statue

Lake Crawford, frequently referred to as Farlington Lake by the locals, at Crawford State Park was built in the late 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps. A memorial was dedicated in 2005 to honor the efforts of the individuals in the CCC that built the lake.

Pictures of the excavation of the lake in the late 1930's and actual machinery used in the building of the lake are on display.

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Memorial

Park visitors are greeted by a memorial dedicated to the hard work and efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps as they enter the park.