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TrekOhio’s Fall Color Photos for 2014

October is our favorite month for hiking. Below are some of our fall-color highlights for the month.

Mt. Gilead State Park

Mt. Gilead State Park
The Nature Center was decked out for Halloween. 🙂
A picnic shelter at Mt. Gilead Lake State Park
Near the point where Sam’s Creek flows into the upper lake at Mt. Gilead State Park
Red maple leaves
A corner of the lower lake photographed from the earthen dam
Salt Fork State Park
Fishermen enjoying the fantastic weather at Salt Fork State Park.
Large outcroppings on the slope above the lake at Salt Fork State Park.
The lake at Salt Fork State Park
Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve
The multi-purpose trail at Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve.
Delaware County
Hoover Reservoir photographed from the boardwalk at Hoover Mudflats.
The pond at Char-Mar Ridge Preservation Park
Virginia Creeper showing off it’s autumn color

Paint Creek Wildlife Area
Trimmer Arch in the Paint Creek Wildlife Area
An oak tree getting its fall color in the Paint Creek Wildlife Area

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© Deborah Platt, Robert Platt and 2012 to 2021

4 thoughts on “TrekOhio’s Fall Color Photos for 2014

  1. Really striking fall colors Deb. Especially that red! Finally was able to see some here in Fargo. The weather had been so mild with very little wind. However, that changed in the last day or two. In one day, all the leaves were off the trees!

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