My wife and I were actually married here, in this park, at the Greek Amphitheatre, more than 3 decades ago. The original Guild Inn has long since closed, but a developer has created a lovely mid-century style (IMO) event space that encompasses the original Inn as a heritage component. The grounds - where all the statuary, stonework and facades reside, remain publicly accessible and are managed by the municipal parks authority. There is also a hiking trail along the edge of the Bluffs.
Being on the Bluffs, and with all the wooded areas on the grounds, there is a lot of birdlife - and no doubt other forest dwelling critters. Making our way down one of the walking paths, our ears were overwhelmed by a cacophony of bird calls: jays, cardinals, starlings, chickadees, red-wing blackbirds and robins, flitted about through all the low brush off to the side of path. Many of the birds were so deep in the shrubs that they were almost invisible.