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Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve

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Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve

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zugatti wrote a review Mar 2018
Galion, Ohio70 contributions33 helpful votes
The boardwalk trail and park are pretty nice. It's easy, peaceful and enjoyable. I took my 70 year old Mom along and she made it around the trail easily and we enjoyed the plants and animals.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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jkzoo wrote a review Nov 2017
Mansfield, Ohio753 contributions154 helpful votes
Boardwalk to hike through pretty much untouched woodland. Peaceful time. Only downside was die to the unstability of some larger trees due to borers at least half of the paths were closed.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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C M wrote a review Jul 2017
Howard, Ohio3,176 contributions163 helpful votes
From a young age I would walk this trail with my family and discover wildlife as well as get some exercise. We usually could find a snake, butterflies, turtles, frogs, squirrels, chipmunks, birds, deer, or some other kind of animal. In college years/there after, I would jog this trail for exercise. The trees provide excellent shade coverage making it cooler to get a run in. I believe the trail is a little over a mile long. The fact that it's a wooded trail slightly off of the ground helps from getting your feet muddy/wet. It is in the middle of the country surrounded by fields and very few houses/farms. Sometimes you will even see Amish/Mennonites there. Dogs are not permitted, even on leashes. Currently, part of the trail is shut down because some of the ash trees are infected with the Emerald Ash Borer. The area that is dangerous is cut off so nobody will enter the dead trees with falling limbs. You can currently enjoy part of the woods, but until they fix the problem part of the trail will be cut off. Definitely a place to visit if you love nature, wildlife, and hiking.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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