A couple of weeks ago we visited Conkle’s Hollow State Nature Preserve to view fall foliage. It was a pleasant sunny day and fall color was in its early stages. The preserve parking lot was packed to overflowing. We hiked the 2.5 mile rim trail. Its a big preserve so once we got started it wasn’t particularly crowded. Conkle’s Hollow is a nice spot for viewing fall color and the area should now be at or near peak.
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- TrekOhio: Where to See Fall Color
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- TrekOhio: Hocking County Parks & Preserves
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3 thoughts on “Early Autumn in Conkle’s Hollow”
One of my favorite areas! Especially after a good snowfall
Autumn colour at its best, stunning post 🙂 x
Becky, thanks so much! We were driving through an area known as “Painted Valley” yesterday, and it was obvious the place was named in the fall. On each side of the valley were hillsides decked out in brilliant color. If only this season lasted longer!