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Fellowship Forest

Fishing Fishing at Fellowship Forest
The small ½ acre pond provides a fun place for youngsters to wet a line. The pond is kept stocked with catfish and also provides good angling for bluegill and largemouth bass.
Hunting Hunting at Fellowship Forest
Fellowship Forest was originally established as a Methodist Church youth camp. Fellowship Forest was donated to the Conservation Board’s foundation in 1988. This 60 acre park is managed as both a day-use picnic area as well a public hunting and fishing area. Fellowship Forest consists primarily of upland hardwood forest, with some bottom land timber. A beautiful clear running meandered creek flows the entire length of the park, cascading over numerous limestone out-croppings, creating 3 to 5 foot tall waterfalls.
Excellent hunting for White-Tailed deer, turkey, squirrels and other small woodland game.
Picnicking Picnicking at Fellowship Forest
A modern shelter that seats up to 60 people is located near the parking lot. Electrical outlets and lighting is provided within the shelter as well as a large “hooded” group grill. The shelter may be reserved or used on a first-come/first-serve basis.
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Fellowship Forest
 Trails meanders in a large loop through the west half of the park. The trail-head is located on the north end of the pond dam. The trail is approximately 1 mile in length and remains fairly level throughout.