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Durand Open Space

The Durand Open Space was owned by the Durand family for about 100 years and was an alfalfa farm. In the mid-1950s the property was used as a land strip for single and twin engine planes. After the landing strip closed in the '70s, the land returned to agriculture. It now features public access for equestrians, pedestrians and bicyclists where you can spot farm plots alongside native plants and wildlife.
  • Admission: Free
  • Days Open: Daily
  • Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk
  • Pet Friendly:
  • Wheelchair Accessible: