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    • Springfield, Ohio

      Climb at Mad River Gorge

      1 mi
      Just a short hike down from the parking lot lies a half mile of cliffside full of climbing opportunities! Plenty of variety for different skill levels, although someone in your group will need to lead climb to set up the route first. There are hooks already in place on each route, and you are not...
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    • Waynesville, Ohio

      Fossil Hunt at Caesar Creek

      4.7
      The location of the fossil hunt is within the emergency spillway of the Caesar Creek Dam. Once there, simply look at the ground and at any rocks in the vicinity. It won't take long to find a variety of Ordovician fossils; Trilobites (Ohio's State Fossil), Horn Coral, Gastropods, Brachiopods, and ...
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    • Waynesville, Ohio

      Hike to Horseshoe Falls

      4.0
      2.2 mi / 200 ft gain
      Starting from the Flat Fork Ridge Recreation Area parking lot near the dam in Caesar Creek State Park, take the trail to the right of the parking lot if you're looking towards the lake. You will hike through the woods for a short period, then emerge onto the emergency spillway from the dam which ...
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    • Springfield, Ohio

      Disc Golf at Snyder Park

      4.0
      This course, sponsored by Hazy Shade, is not for beginners! It is for disc golfers who have some experience and are willing to challenge themselves and live on the edge. Almost every hole has a water hazard, with several of them being in spots that may cause you to need to stop and switch your ga...
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    • Yellow Springs, Ohio

      Clifton Gorge

      4.0
      2.5 mi / 118 ft gain
      The entirety of this hike is within the Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, a protected park with strict restrictions on off-trail travel with pets prohibited. Starting at the parking lot off of Jackson St, follow the trail northwest along the narrows of Clifton Gorge. Here, the river has carve...
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    • Cedarville, Ohio

      Hike to Cedar Cliff Falls

      4.4
      2.6 mi / 250 ft gain
      Starting from the Indian Mound Reserve parking lot, follow the private drive back until the signs indicate to follow the trail through the woods to the right, about 1/4 mile. Make sure you stay right of the painted yellow line on the road, trespassers on the private land surrounding the park are ...
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    • Cedarville, Ohio

      Hike the Gorge Trail at Indian Mounds

      5.0
      Cedarville, Ohio is known for its expansive farmland, but in the Indian Mounds Park you'll find several unique features, such as the cavern located on the Gorge Trail!  This cave is formed out of the side of a cliff and is perfect for easy exploration and climbing. When the water is low enough yo...
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    • Saint Paris, Ohio

      Camp at Kiser Lake

      5.0
      This pet-friendly park has some great sites for lakeside camping, all on the east-end of the lake, giving campers a great view of the sunset. The sites are near a 'field' of lily pads, and the frog calls that emanate from the area make for a relaxing sound to sleep to. There are few trees lakes...
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    • Morrow, Ohio

      Camp at Morgan's Riverside Campground

      5.0
      The camping spots at Morgan's are right along the Little Miami River, making it a peaceful and beautiful place to camp. There are more than 50 sites to camp at. (Note: not all camp sites are along the water.) The campsites vary in size. There are sites for 2 and sites for 20. There are a decent a...
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    • Springfield, Ohio

      Hike the Stone's Throw Trail

      4.0
      0.8 mi
      This 0.4 trail is tiny but mighty!  It is hidden up the hill from the CJ Brown Reservoir Visitor Center, and leads down a small wooded path to a less accessed part of the lake.  This is a common spot for birdwatching, and a favorite place for Springfield's elusive Great Blue Herons.  Follow the p...
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    • Springfield, Ohio

      Stroll along the Dam at the CJ Brown Reservoir

      3.0
      1.2 mi
      This walk is safe, open, flat and perfect for getting some exercise with a view!  The dam is 1.2 miles round trip, and open for a variety of activities - walking, jogging, biking, skateboarding, and rollerblading!  At the far end of the dam is a long set of stairs leading to the lower parking lot...
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    • Springfield, Ohio

      Swim at Buck Creek SP

      2.5
      Officially opened in 1975, Buck Creek State Park is home to a 2,120 acre lake with 1,896 acres of land consisting of forests, meadows, a beach, and two dams. On a warm summer day, this beach is the place to be! Plenty of free parking and plenty of space to spread out. It is the only beach in Spri...
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    • Sharonville, Ohio

      Hike the Sharon Woods Gorge Trail

      1.8 mi / 50 ft gain
      Sharon Woods Metro Park is located just northeast of Cincinnati in Hamilton County. To visit this park it is $3 for a day permit for residents of Hamilton County or $5 for a day permit for non-residents.  When you enter the park, take the first left on the road before you cross a bridge over the ...
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    • Loveland, Ohio

      Loveland Nature Trail

      5.0
      0.83 mi / 39 ft gain
      Loveland Nature Trail is a loop trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Loveland, Ohio.
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    • Cincinnati, Ohio

      Visit Spring Grove Cemetery

      There is a walking tour of the cemetery that you can follow that will bring you by champion trees (the largest tree of that species in the state of Ohio), around 15 scenic lakes, as well as across some bridges.  The unique mausoleums and obelisks are a sight in their own and will surround you on ...
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    • West Liberty, Ohio

      Explore Ohio Caverns

      4.8
      1 mi / 80 ft gain
      Ohio Caverns is a locally owned private establishment with guided tours through the cave system that lies beneath the rolling farmland of Central Western Ohio. The caves were formed by the dissolution of the Devonian limestone bedrock below, giving way to some of the most phenomenal cave features...
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