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Red Fox Trail provides opportunities for exercise and nature study.

Located near the campground, the red-blazed Red Fox Trail explores a swampy woodland. The 2 mile trail encircles the backwaters of Stonelick Creek and tends to be buggy during the warmer months as well as muddy during the wetter months. Begin the hike along an entrance spur bearing right at the fork. Immediately you'll enter a low-lying area. Several rises ease the challenge of keeping feet dry. Despite the soggy nature of the trail, it is a good hike for viewing waterfowl and songbirds. Recorded sightings include mallards, wood ducks, and blue herons. Resident mammals include white-tailed deer, muskrats, and skunk.

Directions: From Milford, OH, Travel east on State Route 131 for 8 miles. Bear left on SR 727 and proceed 3 miles to the park entrance. Trail begins northeast of campground check-in station.

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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Stonelick State Park, Ohio

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