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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Easton
The tunnel entrance is located off of exit 54 (I have included an aerial map of where to park if the photo gets approved), You will need either a day or annual Discover Parking Pass to park in the lot.
Day pass is $10 and annual pass is $30, we always get the annual pass as it's a great deal and we should always do our part to help maintain our state parks.
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Easton
Wonderful well kept park with bonus amenities (recreation area, lake access, restrooms and showers).
Great State park- quiet, huge trees, nice playground for kids.