Small body of water seen along the trail
An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly spotted on deer tongue along the trail
Price's Scrub Trail
Small body of water seen along the trail
An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail spotted on Carphephorus corymbosus (commonly known as deer tongue)
Price's Scrub trail.

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Price's Scrub

Welcome to Price's Scrub

Price’s Scrub is nearly 1,000 acres and a key part of the proposed Northwest Marion Greenway. A 9.5-mile trail system provides equestrians, hikers and cyclists with access to diverse natural communities. Trails in the south are sandy and open, while trails in the north are more shaded with rolling topography. Day-use facilities include a grassy parking lot, picnic tables, porta-let and watering trough.

 

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