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About Goode Prairie
+ Summer prairie wildflowers
+ Limited access; no visitor facilities present.
Goode Prairie features summer prairie wildflowers. There is limited access and there are no visitor facilities present.
This site includes the crest and slope of a south facing bluff overlooking the Stillwater State Scenic River. Frequent disturbances due to slumping of the slope, have maintained a tallgrass prairie community.
Typical prairie species growing here include big bluestem, little bluestem, nodding wild onion, partridge pea, flowering spurge, butterfly weed, hoary puccoon, wild bergamot and gray-headed coneflower.
Located between Union Church Road and Bradford-Bloomer Road north of OH-185 and north of the Stillwater River. This preserve is owned by the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves but is managed by the Miami County Park District.
From Goode Prairie State Nature Preserve webpage
No restroom facilities.