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Scioto Trail State Park

144 Lake Road
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601
Scioto Trail State Park webpage
Scioto Trail State Park map

Also, see Scioto Trail Important Bird Area and Ross County Birding Drive

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Scioto Trail SP
Coordinates: 39.2291173, -82.9523635
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Ohio Birding Day Hike: Scioto Trail State Park Trails

From Ohio Ornithological Society website

About Scioto Trail State Park
Located in the Appalachian foothills bordering the Scioto River, the park’s rugged ridge tops and wooded valleys support a host of natural wonders. This densely forested hill country is reminiscent of the southern Appalachians supporting a magnificent stand of oak and hickory. In spring, the forest trails are lined with flowering dogwood and redbud trees. The forest floor displays woodland wildflowers including spring beauties, Dutchman’s breeches, wild blue phlox and wild geranium. Ferns, mosses, and lichens coat the sandstone outcroppings. Mushroom hunters delight in the abundance of the delicious morel mushroom.

The remoteness of the area and dense forest provides excellent habitat for some of Ohio’s most elusive wildlife. Wild turkey populations are thriving in this region along with ruffed grouse and white-tailed deer. Small mammals of Scioto Trail include red fox, skunk, opossum, gray squirrel and raccoon among many others. Rare sightings of bobcat and black bear have been reported. Many reptiles and amphibians find the woodlands and streams of the area desirable.
From Scioto Trail State Park webpage

Restrooms at various locations identified on the state park map.