This series is located on the Bike Trail in the town of Newbold, You can Bike, Hike, or there are plenty of parking options along the trail.
Of all of Snoopy's guises, the World War I Flying Ace was perhaps his most notable. Using his doghouse as his "Sopwith Camel" fighter plane, he imagined endless battles with his nemesis. Though never depicted in human form (which went with creator Charles M. Schulz's credo of not picturing grown adults in the comic strip), the Red Baron would sometimes invariably get the best of Snoopy; as seen, for example, in the TV special It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
The initial sequences involving Snoopy's battles with the Red Baron have been credited as the pinnacle of Schulz's achievement in thel comic strip, though this claim bristled Schulz himself. Eventually, he shifted the flying ace subject from battling wars to battling love and lonliness. As he confided to writer Rheta Grimsley Johnson in her 1988 book, Good Grief: "It reached a point where war just didn't seem funny."
You are looking for a small size container, I put a pencil in with the log but I recommend you BYOP. There is room for some small SWAG and small Trackables.
(Permission given by Dave Kroll, Town Chairman)