The Park’s Namesake gets a New Sign

About 300 feet from the mouth of the gorge on the south side of Fall Brook, and easily reached from the picnic area, is a bubbling salt spring. It is the park’s namesake. The interpretive sign placed here around 2008 was badly damaged in the 2018 flood. When funds from the Endless Mountains Heritage Region became available, members of the Historical Committee took the opportunity to replace the sign and update its content with information based on more current research. The new sign was installed in December 2023.