DUE TO RECENT FIRE DAMAGE, CORRIGANVILLE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
Please see attached burn notice
In its heyday Corriganville was lined with western-style structures which were used as movie sets as well as a tourist attraction. Corriganville was open to the public on weekends and holidays from 1949 to 1965. In 1970 and again in 1979 fires destroyed virtually all of the structures in the park.
Today you will find hiking trails, the remains of the historical movie
sets, some with signs, parking stalls, covered and uncovered picnic tables.
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"This is my favorite trail, it's close to home and its an all level hiking trail, from the walker to the extreme climb this park has it, its also pet friendly my little dog enjoys it very much, they also have doggie bags at the entrance of the trail." -Kris B., Yelp