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Cincinnati Nature Center, Milford

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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  • A very nice park just outside Cincinnati. We went on a weekday, it was fairly quiet. Trails are rated by length and difficulty. The only thing we did not like was the one day admission price. ($9/pers...  read more »
  • I've been a member of the Cincinnati Nature Center for many years. I absolutely love this place. I usually visit the center on Tealtown Rd. The people are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. No matte...  read more »
  • This is the perfect place to go for a walk, enjoy nature, participate in one of the many programs. A short walk along a paved trail, a walk along the edge of a lake, the hills, streams, fossils--it's ...  read more »
  • This beautiful property is located within miles of my childhood home. We use to visit on field trips with my school, and my Dad use to bring us as well. Over the years, mainly as the result of private donations, the Nature Center has added more acreage for hiking and walking trails, educational programs, and the old Krippendorf Lodge has been restored and is available for weddings and other events. I use to hike by the house every weekend when they were doing events and it is a gorgeous setting for outdoor weddings. My favorite part of The Nature Center is the hiking! You can start with less strenuous trails if you've only got a mile or two in you - there are ponds, streams, wild flowers, wild life - bring your camera. You get a different scenery every time the seasons change! I've seen a ton of Deer, wild turkeys, turtles, and bullfrogs. Once you are conditioned, you can combine trails and get up to 10 miles, including hills, 100+ flights of wooden steps to take you up and down the highest elevations. Don't forget to pick up a map at the visitor's center so you don't get lost. You burn almost twice as many calories doing 5 miles with all the elevation as opposed to pavement. They charge for Memberships so consider how often you are going to visit throughout the year, whether you need a personal membership or a Family membership. They will give you some free visitor passes when you join. It's some of the most beautiful, and not overly developed outdoor exercise you can get and it's pretty safe. There are benches, and old cabin with chairs on the porch where you can just sit in peace, or rest if you're out of breath from some of the hills. There's really something for everyone and I'd highly recommend for the hiker, or for a family looking for something that doesn't require electronics.
  • Mucho trails of different levels. Nice shop. Wonderful staff. Friendly and helpful. Very fortunate to have such a place in the area.
  • Has been our absolute favorite place to go for years now. It's a huge nature center, all of it gorgeous. Tons of hiking trails and many forms of nature to enjoy. A lot of educational opportunities as well. The employees are always nice and helpful, and love to educate.
  • This is a great place for an early morning stroll through the woods...or a run, if that's what you like. There's plenty to keep you busy in the Visitor Center, too. A great property staffed by very good people who are eager to help you enjoy your visit.
  • What a wonderful place to visit! The Cincinnati Nature Center has so much to offer. Peaceful trails, ponds, a cabin to visit, gardens...the list goes on!! What a great asset to the greater Cincinnati area!
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