Hobbs Woods is a 60-acre county park devoted to hiking and nature study. About three miles of nature trails, which are keyed to a self-guiding brochure, wind through the park.
Most of the park is thickly wooded, but several acres of prairie, planted in 1979-80, are coming along well. Parsons Creek carves a large ravine through the park, and harbors some naturally reproducing brook trout. Bird watching, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.