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Deer Run Trail is an enjoyable walk affording several wildlife viewing opportunities.

View nature at work. Beaver have transformed an old drainage channel into a series of scenic ponds and wetlands. Beautiful limestone cliffs provide prime locations for the hungry red-tailed hawks and great horned owls. Stay on the main trail crossing a small creek then intersecting with Beaver Dam Trail. You may either retrace your steps or venture onto Beaver Dam Trail which spills you into a parking lot just south of the park office. By hiking east onto Douglas Applegate Road, you'll reach the trailhead in 0.9 mile. This is a beautiful road to walk. Many panoramic views.

Directions: From Wintersville, OH, Take US. 22 from the western edge of Wintersville. Head south onto County Road 34. Drive 3.5 miles taking you into Cross Creek Valley. Turn right onto County Road 26 and travel 0.8 mile south to the next ridge. Turn left onto Doughlas Applegate Road. Trailhead is 0.9 mile on right.

Distance: 3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Fernwood State Forest, Ohio


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