Developed as the primary mission of and managed by The Broughton Foundation, the Park features a total of 800 acres of largely undisturbed habitat, hiking and mountain biking trails, three ponds, a natural stream with waterfall, two disc golf courses, cross country courses, picnic shelters and groundsThe Park is accessible via the Devola Multi-Use Trail and the Marietta Trail System. The Elizabeth Sugden Broughton Community Building was completed in July of 2019. 

There is ample parking at all three entrances. The main entrance is located on Ohio Route 821 about one mile from Marietta, Ohio, with easy access from both Interstate 77 and Ohio Route 60.

The Community Building, Pavilion/Picnic Shelter and Buckeye Room are available by request on a first-come-first-served basis. Use the online Reservation Request Form, or contact the Foundation Office M-F between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

The Foundation collaborated with a community group to connect the Area to the Devola Multi-Use Trail.