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LaBoiteaux Woods


LaBoiteaux Woods' enchanting mix of woodland and greenspace on the west side of Cincinnati is habitat to an interesting diversity of wildlife, which includes white-tailed deer, red and gray fox, raccoon, opossum, mink, sharp-shinned hawk, barred owl and eastern box turtle. Native wildflowers are a part of this natural community and color its landscape intensely in spring, summer and fall. There are over two miles of hiking trails, and the rustic nature center houses nature displays, animal mounts, live animals, and a small nature library and hosts enlightening nature programs.



Reviews

Kris Kerkondis

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Friday, June 8, 2018
Just think, this was , not too long ago , a private residence. Just beautiful!! A much quieter, simpler, unhurried time. A time, which I believe, we could certainly use now. Thank you to the family for donating, the historical society and the park preservation board for maintaining the beautiful grounds.

Kate Morgan

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
We wanted to visit the nature center...we found out it isn't open to the public, only school groups/camps by appointments. We were disappointed, we read such good reviews of the nature center and wanted to experience it. It was beautiful park and we enjoyed a nice hike.

Dan Steigerwald

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Monday, April 9, 2018
Great hiking! Lots of hills. Even in the winter it was interesting. Really cool creek with clay deposits.

Nydia Soto

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Saturday, July 14, 2018
need to mark the trail better, the bushes and trees need to be better kept.

Louis Novy

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Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018
Nice place to go for a walk. Good short trails with the right amount of variation.

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