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.
Nice trails, not too manicured but not too wild. Solid nature center, well maintained. Good bathrooms, too.
Nice little hike with plenty of side trails. Spent almost 2 hours out there. Beautiful things to see.
Wonderful place to visit for all age also for schools trips. Good for learning all kind of animals and native Americans plus lake Erie. Good for hiking. A rustic nature center houses nature displays, animal mounts, live animals, and a small nature library.
Love it great place for your family and friends to walk and be with nature
Jackie Cooper Jr
One of my favorite places in Cincy!!!