Harrisville State Park was established in 1921 and is a main corridor for migrating birds and nesting. Birdwatchers have recorded over 300 species of birds here. A checklist of birds may be obtained at the park's headquarters building Monday-Friday between 9AM and 4PM.
This is a prime migration route for the Monarch Butterfly from late August to the middle of October. Please visit www.monarchwatch.org or www.journeynorth.org for more information.
Harrisville State Park Campground
(outlined in purple)
Day Use Beach Area and Trail Map
When the State Park Pavillion is indicated as the meeting place for nature/birding events, proceed to the parking lot shown in black with the legend of P situated in the Day Use Beach Area.