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Welcome to the Timberdoodle Flats Interpretive trail, a 1.5 mile loop trail. This trail is located 1/4 mile east of the intersection of State Route 321North and State Route 59. This trail is named for the American woodcock, also known as the timberdoodle, that uses both the forest and open areas for mating and nesting.
This trail has self-guided interpretive stops and a hardened surface for accessibility.
The trail is marked with off-white diamond markers. Forest trails policy prohibits the use of saddle, pack or draft animals on hiking trails.
The trail is at the EASY skill level. Practice no trace ethics - pack it in, pack it out, and for sanitary disposal of wastes, dig a pit on flat ground at least 6 inches deep and at least 200 feet from water.
These trails are open for winter hiking. Remember to dress in layers appropriate for the weather conditions. Be aware that these trails are used heavily in the late fall and spring by hunters. It is a good idea to wear bright fluorescent colored clothing if hiking during these time periods.
The nearest hospital is in Warren, 16 miles west. The nearest telephone is 1/4 mile west at the intersection of SR 59 and SR 321N at the Warehouse Restaurant.