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About Cincinnati Nature Center
The Cincinnati Nature Center offers two locations in Clermont County, east of Cincinnati, for visitors to hike and explore.
Located in the Eastgate area, just east of Milford, Rowe Woods consists of 1,025 acres of fields, forest, ponds and streams. This original Cincinnati Nature Center site boasts more than 16 miles of hiking trails for visitors to explore and enjoy. Educational programs for people of all ages take place in our outdoor classroom, teaching the interdependence and diversity of the natural environment. Visitors can easily spend an hour, a day or all four seasons exploring what Rowe Woods has to offer.
From Rowe Woods website
Long Branch Farm is open to the public during programs and events only. Long Branch Farm trails are open to members only. A gift from Neil and Camilla McElroy in 1973, this 582-acre plot of agricultural and natural land is an invaluable teaching tool located in Goshen Township, nine miles northeast of Milford. Within its scenic pastures, meadows, woodlands and crop fields, the ecology of sustainable agriculture is nurtured and the heritage of this vulnerable land is preserved. Four miles of hiking trails wind through this unspoiled and peaceful area near Goshen. Hiking trails are open to CNC members daily.
From Long Branch Farm webpage
Restrooms at Rowe Woods.
Long Branch Farm