AT Delaware City National Park (often dubbed as Frenchs Forest), where you cannot count every single trees and its wildlife. This massive part of land was proclaimed as a national park in 1989 by Greater Delaware City Council to prevent the city sprawling into this beautiful forest parkland. However, before when Delaware City National Park (Frenchs Forest) was proclaimed as a protected land, there are few private farmlands scattered around the land, creating its beautiful rural countryside. Today, even if it is protected as a national park, Delaware want to develop a school camp base there for educational, biodiversity and protection benefits. The local communities angered with the proposed plans. Delaware City National Park is only accessible by twice-a-day (9am/3pm) ferry services from the local national park ferry wharf to Delaware Cruise Terminal, or four hour drive all around the lake to reach there from the city centre (by M876, A3 and I-14, and down right into Falls Creek Road). Speaking of Falls Creek Road, there are beautiful small creek drifting through the national park, Falls Creek, and it is an important source of water for wildlife as that it is fresh water creek; and is highly protected by New Albana Nature Protection Agency.
I'll tell you something special, tune in for next update ... it is about possible 2018-2022 International Expo. So... better keep your eyes on this City Journal ;D Please feel free to comment for your feedbacks, ideas or what you want and/or expect to see for next upcoming updates.