The park was named in honor of the native tribe for whom this land was home, and for the large oaks in the western portion of the uplands. The park’s tranquil English-themed garden was designed in memory of the late Constance D. Hunter, a preeminent resident who was from England and whose generosity to the Town left a lasting legacy. The fountain, rose garden, and artistic hardscape are typical elements of English gardens. Walking past the garden, you will enter the Maritime Hammock, which has been left undeveloped to give visitors a view of “Old Florida”, as you pass an ancient Indian midden along trails leading to an elevated boardwalk over the marsh. Stop at the gazebo to enjoy bird watching before heading to Daggett Creek, where you can fish or launch a canoe. Please enjoy the park, leaving only your footprints behind when you leave.