LOCATION / FACILITIES / HISTORY
Brecknock County Park is an 86-acre park with historic farm and millpond site adjacent to the Isaac Branch stream corridor. Owned and managed by the Kent County Department of Community Services, Division of Parks, the parkland was acquired from the estate of Elizabeth Howell Goggin. This site contains historic and natural features. A collection of historic buildings date from the 18th and 19th centuries. There are archaeological remains of a 19th century mill and millpond dam. Nature can be observed on the nature and hiking trail through a riparian wetland system or in the Native Plant and Butterfly Garden. The park provides multiple opportunities for active recreation activities with athletic fields, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, a pavilion, picnic tables, and Picadilly Castle Playscape.