Hale Woods and Preserve

Hale Woods and Preserve
2979 Clarksville Road
Clarksville, Ohio 45113
Hale Woods and Preserve webpage

Also, see Cowan Lake Important Bird Area

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Hale Woods and Preserve
Coordinates: 39.4131286, -83.9589465
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About Hale Woods and Preserve
Located at the intersection of Clarksville with Cowan Creek Road, Hale Woods and Preserve is 60 acres of riparian corridor along Cowan Creek with a gravel parking lot, information display, benches, and 1.25 miles of hiking trail along the scenic Cowan Creek. The preserve was Identified by the Ohio Biological Survey conducted in July of 1955 and again in July, 1978 as the most unique area of Clinton County. the Devils Backbone area is recognized for its rich biodiversity of plants.
There are healthy amphibian, reptile, and wild turkey populations along the creek valley.
From Hale Woods and Preserve webpage

No restroom facilities.