Hueston Woods State Park, located in Butler and Preble counties, is nearly 3,000 acres of natural resources for outdoor recreation, such as hiking, fishing, canoeing, and unique to this region -- fossil hunting. The park surrounds 625-acre Acton Lake, with campsites, cabins, and a resort lodge to entice the overnight visitor.

Easy trail with great views of the lake. Close to an awesome frisbee golf course

Great trail. Some steep hills and great views. Fun to climb on the dried river bed and explore.

A fun trail that has a gorgeous view off a lake.

Good trail. There are some cool overlooks. It is kind of disappointing with a dried up river bed and no real falls.

1 month ago

Great views of the lake with a well-established trail

Nice trail

3 months ago

Great! A lot of great things to see!

3 months ago

Very nice trail, this is a loop trail that is mixed in with the "Frisbee Golf Course". I did this hike with my 5 year old son and had no difficulties at all.

10 months ago

Very relaxing and peaceful with several great views of Acton Lake.

road biking
1 year ago

trail running
2 years ago

Nice park with great woods and trails. I hiked/ran trails and off trail as part of an orienteering meet hosted by Orienteering Cincinnati, with start/finish at the lodge and courses mainly on east side of lake. Multi-use trails look to be well maintained, and the disk golf course covers interesting terrain.

Did west side of lake. A little tough with leaves but nice. Trail really needs more markings and some trees removed but passinle.

We didn't hike all the trails. We did hike along the biking trail and we were also geocaching while there. There are quite a few geocaches along that trail. It was a nice hike and our 3 yo did fine on it.

Very beautiful. Nature is everywhere!

This trail is rather short at.9 miles but it is a nice hike and has lots of nice views. There are some hills that are fairly steep but short in length.
My wife and I hiked this trail, be aware that the trail is marked but not what I would call good markings, we got of the trail once and ended up in a dog training area (which offered us up some really nice scenic views) overall we enjoyed the hike and views it offered,

Good small loop trail with good forest cover, it is a short trail approx .8 miles and it is rather easy, but when I have hiked it, I have seen some nice wildlife within the area, just go slow and quiet.