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on Morris Reserve Loop

hiking
15 hours ago

Hiked on beautiful day in November. Easy hike with only slight elevation.

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muddy
8 days ago

slightly hilly, which is a nice change of pace.

nicely groomed paths and plenty of light hiking loops. offers some variety for multiple visits. relatively flat with slight hills.

yellow

nice hike. we did orange horse trail. was a nice ride despite the hot weather

first trail that we did in Ohio. it was nice. mostly flat but had a few inclines. great foliage and some water crossings.

I hike this trail once a week. The trail is well maintained and it has some challenging inclines. Love it!

orange plus green connector

Crowded but still a nice easy walk

21# BP no DP

21.8 #

Hike the green outer loop and the orange inner loop for a scenic longer hike. This trail is well maintained and well marked. The 500 year oaks and the fairytale Osage tunnel make the orange loop a prime hike. Love this trail.

great distance trail pretty creek side and prairie full of flowers ...definitely doing this one again!

This is a great trail for a morning hike. The trail itself is relatively wide, and there were obvious signs of recent brush clearing and maintenance. Adding to this, the trails are well marked. Scenery on this trail is varied, prairies, forests, streams. The trail changes elevation several times with two steep declines, one steep climb, and one long extended climb. My one caution is this is a popular trail on weekends, with tons of people and dogs; not necessarily the best place to walk a nervous dog, so keep to the work week if this is you.

Walked this for the first time in years yesterday and was reminded just how nice it is. The parking lot was full, but the trail didn't feel crowded at all. The trail is pretty smooth and very well marked. Definitely one of my favorites in the Dayton area.

A great hike! The trails are wide and pretty well maintained. I can see where the trails could become a bit muddy if there is rain. There are shorter options, or you can do all the way around on the green trail. Trails are pretty well marked as well.

Shady and well-kept. LOTS of dogs and kids. Clean creek.

Some of the best trail running you can find in the South Dayton area. Great scenery and well maintained trails.

orange 2 green connector 2 2nd orange

yellow to red

High heat and humidity, good pace but stopped 4 photos

Inside orange to connector 9 green to blue

Loved this trail. There are plenty of sun and shade spots. Lots of photo ops. Water runs along the green trail quite a bit and has access points to the water. Even with all the rain the trails were in good condition with a few muddy spots. Enough people around to feel safe alone but not too many to feel crowded. Pet friendly.

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

Cute! My boyfriend and I had a good time on this trail. It has been raining for most of June so this trail had its muddy spots. inclines, declines, creek crossings, and more can be found here. We hiked the green trail until trail marker 7 and turned into the orange trail to finish. Took a little over an hour at a moderate pace, stopping at the creeks and the Osange Orange Tree Line. Well marked and maintained trail. Runners galore.

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bugs
no shade
private property
rocky
scramble
snow
5 months ago

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