Todd and I visited Shawnee Lookout park a few days ago when the temperatures soared and it felt like spring. As you saw in the previous post, we ran into some nice fowl folks while visiting the lookout. The park is over 1500 acres of hills, wetlands and trails. It sits in the southwestern section of the state, butting up against Kentucky and Indiana. The Great Miami River meets the Ohio River in the park creating an important habitat for many waterfowl. Also, located on the site are many native burial mounds and an old frontier house and school.
Coming up: Miami Ft. Trail, The house and school, and Shawnee tree art.