Fanchion Lewis Park

Fanchion Lewis Park
1357 Jones Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
Village of Granville Parks webpage

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Fanchion Lewis Park
Coordinates: 40.075401, -82.485487
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Tips for birding Fanchion Lewis Park
Fanchion Lewis Park is a small park with hiking trails that primarily go through dense forest, but begin in scrub-shrub habitat. This makes it a good park for woodland birds, including warblers. There are a couple small ponds in the park, but they don’t appear to hold waterfowl, as they are small and hidden in the woods. No need for a scope anywhere in the park.

There is a small parking lot on the west side of Jones Road with plenty of parking, especially given the limited number of visitors. The trails are not well-marked, but essentially make one big loop through the woods, so it’s not difficult to navigate.
From Brad Imhoff

About Fanchion Lewis Park
+ 43 acres
+ Nature trails
+ fishing pond
+ parking

Open from dawn to dusk
From Village of Granville Parks webpage

Restrooms on site.