|A natural rock "bridge" crosses a little stream along the Valley Trail.|
|I love fall colors in Ohio!|
This video shows only some of the photos captured from the Spring Valley Nature Preserve along the Flowerpot Trail, the Songbird Trail, the Valley Trail and some of the Roberts Ridge Trail.
Some things to keep in mind if you visit the Spring Valley Nature Preserve in Granville, Ohio.
Dogs are allowed on the trails. This surprised me a little as generally dogs are discouraged in Nature Preserves--but, it's okay to bring them as long as they are leashed and you both remain on the marked trails.
Some of trails edge very close to private homes. While, i am sure that it is peaceful at times to have property bordering on nature preserves--visitors to the preserve may be surprised to be so close to someone's backyard! Stay on marked trails and be respectful of the adjoining properties.
Plan a picnic. There is a lot of space for picnics in the open areas or shelter houses near the parking lot. We almost always pack a picnic for hikes.
|This log was inches from the trail--covered with a brightly colored fungus.|
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