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Colerain - Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve


Acres: 22 

Offering a 0.6-mile accessible Pin Oak Trail featuring a butterfly and wildflower garden (bikes and skates not permitted) as well as a large gift shop with unique nature-related merchandise. A two-story barn offers nature programs, a variety of exhibits and special events.



Reviews

Yannatta Thurkill

Rating:
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
A quaint oasis of beauty and walking trails that is visited many times during the year. Activities for children and adults during the year. Convenient for walking. Leashes for dogs are required. Originally a farm.

Mike Mick

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Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018
For a "city park" this has great trails and easy access. There are paved trails as well as one or two slightly more difficult unpaved trails with a couple bridges. We take our pup there for walks and the occasional program that they run. Only complaint would be that those that walk their animals and leave their droppings be a little more mindful. Otherwise a great park!

Shari Harmon

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Great place for a short brisk walk with the pups. Love the wildlife we come across....turtles snakes deer ....

Dana Hill

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Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018
Our favorite little hidden gem. You see turtles, fish, bamboo, birds, a wildflower field, a barn. Bigger than you'd expect for its size. Beautiful paved and unpaved trails through nature. Easy to miss from the road but hard to forget!

Mark Murphy

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Monday, April 16, 2018
Nice place to take a walk. There seems to be a lot of dead trees on the ground.

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