Unbelievable quality and craftsmanship
Glass Beads from Dutch Traders House
Broken pottery fragments
An ecological oasis where the peace, beauty and power of nature is felt and preserved. This Island was called Mantinicunk Island by the Lenni-Lenape who were the first and only…
A place to share heritage
In a format developed, owned and operated by an Eastern Woodland Collaborative, the public can learn about the rich heritage of the Eastern Woodland tribes & how this heritage influenced…
A place to recognize indigenous culture past and present.
The Eastern Woodland Collaborative is being formulated to increase awareness of the Eastern Woodland Native American culture as it exists now and in the past. The collaborative consists only of…
Observation platforms and bird blinds can be placed to allow guests to observe bald eagles, hawks, herons, osprey and other wildlife without disturbance.
Stories of Peace & Conflict
12,000 years ago, during the warm period of the Ice Age, the earliest people arrived by raft to hunt and live on the island. They became known as the Lenni-Lenape.…
97-acre spring fed lake
Paddle, fish and swim in the spring-fed 97-acre lake known for bass, perch and catfish.
Experience the sounds and sights of nature. Sometimes, the experience is spiritual. Sometimes, it is healing. Usually, it rejuvenates the body and soul. And always, it’s special. Trails showcase woodlands,…