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Honey Creek Preserve

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    196.95 acres

Stewardships

Description

Honey Creek Preserve is 206 acres of prairie, wetlands and woodlands located in the Honey Creek Watershed. Located in the park is a mile long nature trail that follows along Honey Creek. Settlers were attracted to this area due to the abundant forests, rich soil and the Honey Creek which flowed through it. A wide variety of plant and animal life could be found on its banks and the surrounding area. Through the years this area has maintained its beauty and diverse wildlife. These diverse habitats make it the perfect setting for bird watching, cross country skiing, hiking and fishing. A 4.05 mile bridle trail makes it a great place for trail riding. The park is also adjacent to the Great Miami River Recreational Trail.

Allowed Activities
Backpacking
Birdwatching
Canoeing
Cross Country Skiing
Dog Walking
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Kayaking
Photography
Running
Trail Running
Walking
Wildlife Watching
Good For
Dogs
Families
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted
Dogs On Leash
Fishing Permits Required
No Biking
No Campfires
No Camping
No Illegal Substances
No Unmanned Aircrafts
Pack Out Dog Waste

Additional Information

FEATURES

  • 206 Acres
  • Honey Creek
  • Wetland and vernal pools
  • Prairie Woodlands

FACILITIES

  • 1 mile of trail
  • 4.5 miles of bridle trail click here for the map