Bennett’s Pond State Park was the former home of Louis D. Conley, a successful businessman in the tin foil manufacturing industry. His estate consisted of 1,500 acres, beautiful woodlands, and the serene waters of Bennett Pond. In 2002, 460 acres of Conley’s estate was turned into a state park. Visitors can enjoy the flora and fauna of Bennett’s Pond State Park on foot or by bike on one of its hiking trails. Individuals are also welcome to fish and hunt within the Park’s boundaries.