SOME OF OHIO'S MOST DISTINCTIVE OUTDOOR DESTINATIONS ARE FEATURED IN A NEW BICENTENNIAL GUIDE FROM ODNR|
COLUMBUS, OH - A handy glove-box guide to some of Ohio's most
distinctive natural wonders and scenic outdoor places is now available free
of charge through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
"Ohio's Natural Wanderings," published as part of the state's
bicentennial celebration, is a full-color pamphlet listing unique natural
areas in every region, along with a general location map and driving
directions illustrating how to find them. It was developed by the Natural
Ohio Advisory Council of the Ohio Bicentennial Commission and produced by
Among the 30 unique natural places listed in the brochure are: the
state's top birding destinations such as Magee Marsh; geologic wonders like
the glacial grooves at Kelleys Island and the cliffs and caves of Hocking
Hills; parks where history and the state's natural beauty come together like
Lake Hope State Park; National Natural Landmarks such as Clear Fork and
Clifton Gorge; old-growth forests like Johnson Woods and Goll Woods state
nature preserves; and nationally recognized aquatic habitats like
Battelle-Darby Creek Metropark.
With the exception of a separate listing of privately owned cavern
attractions in the state, all 30 of the sites are free and open to the
Copies of "Ohio's Natural Wanderings" are available at all state
park offices or through the Internet at ohiodnr.com .