Hamilton County, Ohio
Old-Growth Forest, Trails, Flowers, Wildlife
This Cincinnati Parks property contains remnants of an old growth forest on a terrace of glacial outwash deposited about 250,000 years ago. The forest overlooks a riparian woodland remnant along the Mill Creek. There are 3½ miles of wooded trails, a system designated as a National Recreation Trail. A level, paved trail makes the woods and a view over a deep ravine accessible to wheelchair users.
Protected by Cincinnati Parks
Caldwell Park began in 1915, when J. Nelson Caldwell donated 89 acres to Cincinnati Parks.
You can support the City of Cincinnati Parks by volunteering or becoming a Friend of Parks.
How to Find Caldwell Nature Preserve
The preserve is located west of the North Bend Road bridge over Mill Creek. A parking lot is on the north side of the road.
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