The Davidson Lands Conservancy is the monitoring agent for Fisher Farm Park, a 200-acre natural area located on the east side of Davidson, North Carolina. Fisher Farm Park is a Town of Davidson Park, and Mecklenburg County holds a Conservation Easement on the property.
As monitoring agent, the Davidson Lands Conservancy ensures the land remains as intended in the conservation agreement.
Located at 21215 Shearer Road in Davidson, Fisher Farm Park is one of the few passive parks in the area. Passive recreation, also called “low intensity recreation,” emphasizes the open-space aspect of a park and allows for the preservation of natural habitat. As at Fisher Farm Park, it allows a low level of development, such as rustic picnic areas, benches and trails.
The West Branch of the Rocky River flows through the lower section of the park and bounds an expansive meadow. Hiking and single-track mountain biking trails wind through the forested areas. For more information on Fisher Farm park, visit the Town of Davidson Parks and Recreation website.
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