State parks bouncing back after ravages of 2012 storms
John Bracken, superintendent at Hawks Nest State Park, stands in front of a tree toppled during Superstorm Sandy last October. Because of a lack of funding, only the center section of the tree that blocked the trail could be removed.
The stump of a tree uprooted by Superstorm Sandy still remains on the Hawks Nest State Park golf course.
Bracken indicates a large tree that remains on the park's golf course.
This tree, uprooted during Superstorm Sandy last October, still remains on Hawknest State Park's GSYP Trail.
Bracken pulls his Jeep up to an overturned tree on the park's golf course just after Superstorm Sandy last October. This tree has since been removed.