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Halls Creek Woods State Nature Preserve

Preserving 219 acres in Warren County


The majority of this preserve is mature forest composed of hardwoods including maple, beech, oak and hickory with a large variety of spring wildflowers and ferns present. Old field habitat also contains a diversity of species.

Halls Creek, a tributary of the Little Miami State and National Scenic River, passes through the preserve and forms a series of small, beautiful waterfalls as it passes over the Ordovician limestone bedrock.


Local Directions

Located in Warren County 3 miles east of South Lebanon on Mason-Morrow Road (County Road 38).

Special Features

Woods
Spring Wildflowers
Summer Wildflowers
Geologic Features
Bird Watching


  • Mixed hardwood forest
  • Spring and summer wildflowers

Facilities

  • 2 miles of trail

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