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NATURAL TREASURES IN OHIO
Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park
Why It's a Natural Treasure
Battelle Darby Creek boasts more than 7,000 acres of prairies, fields and forests, including more than 20 miles of riparian forest along the Big and Little Darby creeks. The Darby creeks are acclaimed for their aquatic and
terrestrial biological diversity with an estimated 100 species of fish and 45 species of freshwater mussels found in their waters. A tributary
of the Scioto River, Big Darby Creek also helps to protect drinking water quality for area residents.
Since 1983, The Nature Conservancy has acquired and transferred several hundred acres of land to this park.
What to See and Do
Discover the park’s more than 18 miles of trails and creek canoe access. Don't forget to bring your binoculars—there'sthere's a herd of bison along the Darby Creek Greenway Trail! If you'd like to bring your four-legged friend with you, explore the Pleasant Valley Area, which offers three dog-friendly trails.
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