Birdie and Butterfly in the Park LbNA # 41364
|Placed Date||Jul 1 2008|
|Location||Wake Forest, NC|
|Found By||Team Holloway (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Feb 25 2014 |
This is a Wake County Park located in the Crenshaw Manor neighborhood in Wake Forest. There are swings and a small playground. Note that there are no restrooms at the park.
Park on the road. Start your hunt at the Plummer Park sign near the road.
Butterflies in the Park
Head down the dirt road. On your left is a rusty old water pipe. Go to the water pipe.
There is a small ditch with rocks in it on your left. Follow the ditch. It will bend to the right. After the bend, you will find an old footbridge with no rails. Go to the base of the footbrige.
You will find a Butterfly in the Park buried in the leaves on the left side of the base of the footbridge underneath leaves.
From the Butterflies in the Park box, walk to the Old Wishing Well (it has a low 3 sided stone wall and a pyramid shaped roof).
Walk up the hill to the back of the park. You will see a wooded bridge with rails straight ahead. Go to the base of the bridge, but do not cross it.
To the left of the bridge, you will find a group of trees that has 8 trunks and 1 old stump.
Find the largest tree in that group.
Your Birdie in the Park is hidden in the leaves at the base of the tree.