Spring Valley Wildlife Area

Spring Valley, Ohio 45370
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Greene County

Spring Valley Wildlife Area (Greene Co.)
Coordinates: 39.5732029, -84.0155945
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Warren County

Spring Valley Wildlife Area–South (Warren Co.)
Coordinates: 39.5643905, -84.0149928
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Please note that the boardwalk at the Spring Valley Wildlife Area has been closed. There are no plans to repair and reopen it.

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About Spring Valley Wildlife Area
This 842-acre wildlife area is situated in the gently rolling agricultural region of southwest Ohio just east of the Little Miami River, eight miles south of Xenia and four miles north of Waynesville. The area may be reached by turning east off US-42 onto Roxanna-New Burlington Road. The north section of the wildlife area is in Greene County. The southern section is in Warren County.

More than one-third of the area is in cropland and permanent meadow intermixed with brushy fencerows and extensive brushy coverts. Woods cover approximately a third of the area. A 150-acre lake and marsh complex are located on the area’s south edge.

Purchasing of land for this public hunting and fishing area began in 1953. The area includes the old Sinclair Fur Farm lake and marsh which was improved in 1954 to provide the present 80-acre lake. In addition to hunting and fishing, secondary uses, such as gun and archery target shooting and wildlife observation, have become increasingly important.

Cropland is managed to provide good distribution of wildlife food and cover in conjunction with the permanent meadow and woody cover. More than 100,000 trees and shrubs have been planted to provide permanent wildlife cover.
From Spring Valley Wildlife Area webpage

No restroom facilities.