Wolf Creek Bikeway–Dull Woods

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Wolf Creek Bikeway–Dull Woods
Coordinates: 39.8575241, -84.4542217
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Tips for birding Dull Woods
There is a small parking lot on Cole Street for the Wolf Creek Bikeway where it crosses US-40. Walk the bikeway south for about .25 mile. Dull Woods access is on the east side of the bikeway. There is a short boardwalk for access.
From Ron Bicknell

About Dull Woods
This little 8-acre gem is one of the only remnants of the swampy forests that once covered northwest Montgomery County. Park at the entrance to the Wolf Creek Bikeway located on US 40 northwest of Brookville. Walk (or bike) a half mile southeast on the paved trail to the entrance to Dull Woods. A boardwalk there winds through the old woods and past a massive Shumard Oak.
From Dull Woods webpage

About Wolf Creek Bikeway
The Wolf Creek Trail begins where Wolf Creek intersects the Great Miami River near downtown Dayton. Heading northwest, the trail follows along the creek—one of five waterways that give Five Rivers MetroParks its name.

The central segment winds its way through historic west Dayton past Adventure Central at Wesleyan MetroPark and ends at Little Richmond Road.

The northwestern segment of the Wolf Creek Trail follows an abandoned railroad route. This portion is relatively flat for most of its length, and it passes alongside Sycamore State Park. Here, you’ll find a variety of activities found in most Ohio state parks: hiking trails, ponds, prairies and plenty of picnic areas. The park is notable for its preservation of prairies and open fields filled with native grasses and wildflowers. Heading further northwestward, the trail winds through rolling farm fields on its way to Brookville and past Golden Gate Park. From here, the trail heads to the very northwest, rural corner of Montgomery County ending in the Village of Verona.
From Wolf Creek Bikeway webpage

No restroom facilities.