LaBoiteaux Woods’ enchanting mix of woodland and greenspace on the west side of Cincinnati is habitat to an interesting diversity of wildlife, which includes white-tailed deer, red and gray fox, raccoon, opossum, mink, sharp-shinned hawk, barred owl and eastern box turtle. Native wildflowers are a part of this natural community and color its landscape intensely in spring, summer and fall. There are over two miles of hiking trails, and the rustic nature center houses nature displays, animal mounts, live animals, and a small nature library and hosts enlightening nature programs.
A rustic nature center houses nature displays, animal mounts, live animals and a small nature library. LaBoiteaux Woods offers year round programming for youth and adults to enjoy.
Starting September 25th controlled bow hunting will begin in LaBoiteaux Woods, and several other Cincinnati parks. Please click on “2021 CincyParks Wildlife Management Controlled Bow Hunting” for complete program and safety information.
5400 Lanius Ln. Cincinnati, OH 45224
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With 100+ events we host each year, there is something for everyone to come down and enjoy. Stay connected with us on social media for this week’s event list.
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