Aullwood Audubon Center
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Aullwood Audubon Center Trails
Thee are 6 miles of trails at the Allwood Audubon Center including:
Center to Farm Trail – .55 mile
Sugarbush Trail – .26 mile
Birds, Flight and the Wrights Trail – .42 mile, paved
Geology Trail – .32 mile
Shawnee Trail – .27 mile
Wildflower Trail – .1 mile
There are many additional unnamed trails that loop throughout the Center.
About Aullwood Audubon Center
Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, an Audubon Center for environmental education and organic agriculture, provides activities that increase understanding and preservation of the planet by children and adults through education, research, and recreation.
Fifty-one years ago Marie Aull gave her land to the Miami Valley, creating National Audubon Society’s first nature center in the Midwest. Today as visitors explore the Marie S. Aull Education Center, walk the trails and experience Aullwood’s organic farm, they discover why Aull’s gift is a paragon among nature centers. More than 110,000 people– tots, school children, teens, and adults — are engaged in exciting on-site or outreach programs every year. By nourishing familiarity with nature and sustainable agriculture, Aullwood stimulates many visitors to environmental activism.
From Aullwood Audubon Center webpage
Restrooms on site.