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A luxuriant herbaceous flora covers the floodplain, and a variety of prairie species is found on the shallow soil of the cliffs and in old fields of Caesar Gorge.

The trail system, know as Caesar's Trace, was designed to allow visitors to explore and experience the preserve's various features. Adjacent to the preserve are 135 acres of Scenic River land, a river access site, and the Corwin M. Nixon covered bridge. This forested land, also managed by the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves, helps maintain bank stability, serves as an example of good floodplain land use and provides recreational access to the Little Miami Scenic River.

Caesar Creek State Park and USACE parcels offer nearly limitless recreations.

Directions: From Waynesville, OH, Travel east along SR 73 about a mile to reach the park. Head right (south) onto Clarksville Road passing the USACE Visitor Center and crossing the dam. Parking is available on both sides of the road.

Distance: 2 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

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Caesar Creek Gorge Nature Preserve, Ohio

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