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John James Audubon Museum, Henderson

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  • Highly recommended to see John James Audubon's original Birds of America folio, a mastodon skull and many other artifacts.  more »
  • Overview: A small museum in a beautiful, natural park setting. The Good: This extensive collection chronicles the lift of John James Audubon - a leader among artists and naturalists - and his family. ...  more »
  • They put all there efforts into keeping up the Museum and not the Park. What a shame! I camped as a small child many times only to find the swimming area and buildings are left to rot away. What a sha...  more »
  • One of the best parks I have visited in Midwest. It is free to visit. There are some activities which cost small amount of money. You can enjoy Kayaking or Canoeing for only 6 dollars an hour. But you have to have cash or personal check. Stuff are super friendly. I go there more than 3 times a month. I like it so much.
  • Beautiful Park. Dense forest. Play grounds for the kids. Hiking trails. Nice place for a picnic.
  • John James Audubon State Park is awesome! From nature trails, to playgrounds, to golf, to priceless original Audubon prints and folios - this treasure of a park is not to be missed!
  • Nonstop bicycles and barking small dogs even late into the night. We have two labs so we have dogs also. We spend time with the so no barking and they are tought not to bark. Park shuts down at 11.00 pm. No quite time till 12.00 am. People with 10' screen tvs turned up loud. Tried playing music to drown them out, gave up went inside. Still heard the movie inside. Went to main office found the Park Ranger watching TV. Explained the problem to him only to get harrassed by a cocky JERK who started questioning me and rasied his voice( WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO?) Try doing you job. Left only to get followed back to my campsite and he left again. This Job is perfect for him .NO supervision and you dont do anything but watch TV. ( WE WILL NEVER GO BACK) As far as the rest of the park the swimming area and boat rental and some cabins are closed for ever and left to rot away. Look a like a Ghost Town around the lake. Tall weeds in swimming area nice area for snakes not for family
  • Very nice calming area with many different walking trails that anyone can enjoy.