Pemberton Historical Park, Salisbury, MD, USA

Pemberton Historical Park interpretive planning

Interpretive planning focus workshop session for the park, as part of the NPS Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network consultation service.

Pemberton Park is located on Pemberton Drive on the west side of Salisbury, MD. The 262 acre park offers the opportunity to explore 4.5 miles of nature trails, appreciate the beauty of nature and participate in environmental education, historical interpretation or special event activities. Informational brochures are available in the contact building near the parking lot. Brochures include trail guides illustrating various environmental features, bird and plant brochures and special event listings. Information is also available regarding "Friends of Pemberton" membership.

The Hall was built by Isaac Handy and his wife Anne (Dashiell) in 1741 on what is now Pemberton Historical Park. The home and plantation was one of the first established in Wicomico County and the Hall has been restored by its present owner, Pemberton Hall Foundation.