Red Trail Now Marked

07, Jul Scott Barnes

If you visited Tall Pines in the last month, you may have seen a new set of markers for a "red trail." This is a shorter route than the existing "green trail" and does not cross Mantua Creek. Please see our revised online trail map for details.

Thanks again go out to Ken Atkinson and Mary Cummin...

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Dog Owner Responsibilities

03, Nov Rich Dilks

Tall Pines State Preserve is a great place for owners to take their dogs and dogs are welcome at the Preserve. There are a couple of simple but very important rules that help ensure that everyone who visits Tall Pines has a safe and enjoyable experience.

  1. Dogs must be leashed at all times and le...

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Today, we held the first public walk around the property under the Friends banner and under clear skies. While we don't have an exact count of attendees, it was over 50, and sufficient for us to break into four groups. We talked about the history of the property, the 8-year preservation process, and...

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Bridge Out (Forever)

17, Sep Scott Barnes

If you've explored the nooks and crannies of the preserve's trail system, you may have seen a blocked-off area in the southeast corner pictured here. Why is there a dead-end asphalt trail here?

Long-time visitors including golfers may remember that there used to be a third bridge over the Mantua C...

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