All of the main features of this park – nature stations, tree house, swing set, music instruments – are along the trail so those using a wheelchair or a walker can enjoy everything. The outdoor, hands-on nature stations are designed to stimulate your senses – including hearing, vision, touch, and smell. These pull-off areas are filled with colors, textures, and sounds. Flowers and trees, vines and shrubs have been planted along the walkway. A Rough Bark Tactile Display was constructed by Baltimore Lions Club. Visitors can touch, see and smell six species of tree wood and bark. All have Braille interpretive signage. As of this writing, it is the only sensory trail of its kind in Ohio!

(behind Forest Rose School)

This park is part of the Fairfield County Parks District.

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