Prairie Warbler Trail
|Trailhead||Valley View or Ironwood Picnic Areas|
|Distance||About six-tenths of a mile round trip|
The Prairie Warbler Trail in the Hambleton Day Use Area passes by both the Valley View and Ironwood picnic areas. It shares some of its length with the Tulip Tree Trail, then heads down hill to pass beside and around open meadows where the prairie warbler (a small bird) can be found.
The trail circles the E. E. Good Prairie, which is prime woodcock habitat. On Spring evenings you can observe male woodcocks performing mating dances here.
The trail passes under hickory aand oak trees as it returns to the picnic areas.