Warren County Parks & Nature Preserves

The following list of parks and preserves includes those managed by federal, state, county, and non-governmental agencies (such as the National Audubon Society, the Nature Conservancy, various historical societies, etc.).

We have tried to collect information on the activities and facilities available at various parks, but things may change without us knowing about it. So please double-check the information at the official site (click on the park’s name to go there).

Bowman Park (County Park)
  • 200 Corwin Ave., Waynesville, Ohio 45068
  • Park size: 50 acres
  • Dog friendly
Caesar Creek (State Park)
  • Trail map
  • Trail descriptions
  • Park size: 3,741 acres
  • Total trail length: Hiking: 11.5 miles, Bridle: 37.7 miles, Mountain bike: 9 miles
  • Dog friendly
  • Bridle trails
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Archery range
  • Camp sites
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Cross country ski trails
  • Restrooms
  • Swimming (1,300 ft beach), boating, nature center, visitors center, fossil hunting
  • TrekOhio posts about Caesar Creek
Caesar Creek Gorge (State Nature Preserve)
  • 4080 Corwin Rd., Oregonia, Ohio 45054
  • GPS coordinates: N39.491566667, W84.1021
  • Park size: 483 acres
  • Total trail length: 2.25 miles
  • Scenic gorge with 180 ft dolomite cliffs.
  • TrekOhio posts about Caesar Creek Gorge
Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area (State Wildlife Area)
  • Location: See above link for driving directions and maps.
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 3,100 acres
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Good site for bird watching
  • Meadow and grain crops cover about 50 percent of the wildlife area and woodlands make up about 40 percent with the remaining 10 percent experiencing succession. There are boat launch facilities.
Clint Futz Park (County Park)
  • 6102 Corwin Ave., Corwin, Ohio 45068
  • Park size: 30 acres
  • Dog friendly
Fort Ancient (Ohio Historical Society)
  • 6123 St Rt. 350, Oregonia, OH 45054
  • Park size: 764 acres
  • Total trail length: 2.5 miles
  • 9,000 sq. ft. museum of Native American History. Fort Ancient earthworks, trails
Great Miami River Bikeway (Bike Path)
  • Trail map
  • Total trail length: 41 miles
  • Dog friendly
Gulley Park & Trails (County Park)
  • 2168 Middleboro Rd., Clarksville, Ohio 45113
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 119 acres
  • Dog friendly
  • Disc Golf
Halls Creek Woods (State Nature Preserve)
  • 3232 Morrow–Mason–Millgrove Rd., Morrow, OH 45152
  • GPS coordinates: N39.366283, W84.151650
  • Park size: 278 acres
  • Total trail length: 2 miles
Hisey Park (County Park)
  • 5443 Middletown Road, Corwin, Ohio 45068
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 158 acres
  • Dog friendly
Landen Deerfield Park (County Park)
  • 2258 W. St. Rt. 22/3, Maineville, Ohio 45039
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 95 acres
  • Total trail length: 1.3 miles
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
Mathers Mill Nature Preserve (County Preserve)
  • 5349 Wilmington Rd., Oregonia, OH 45054
  • Park size: 42 acres
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Good site for bird watching
Spring Valley Wildlife Area (State Wildlife Area)
  • Location: See above link for driving directions and maps.
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 842 acres
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Archery range
  • Firearms range
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Good site for bird watching
  • Handicap accessible: There is a handicap accessible Electric APV Trail – Permit Required.
  • 2.5 mile observation trail around marsh for bird watchers

Last Update: 04/17/2014 00:00

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