The Kirby preserve is our newest, and one of our largest properties, and is ‘home base’ for the Western Wildlife Corridor!
Kirby is over 50 acres of protected woodlands, prairie and riparian beauty. This property also has an 1,800 square foot nature center, education facility, meeting place, and event space. Keep an eye out for volunteer days as we blaze new trails and do improvement projects.
How to Get Here:
Visit the Kirby Nature Center and Preserve at 2 East Main Street, Addyston OH 45001. You’ll find us on Main just northwest of South Road. Parking is available from both driveway, and trail heads and a map are located near the barn.
Things to remember:
- Dogs are welcome on the trails, but please be considerate of other hikers and clean up after your pets and keep dogs on a leash.
- Mountain bikes, horses, and motorized vehicles are prohibited on the trails. Foot traffic only.
- Hunting is prohibited for the safety of other hikers.
- Camping is prohibited.
- Camp fires are prohibited.
- Be prepared for varying trail conditions. Many trails are slippery in wet weather.
- Trails go up and down steep, rugged terrain and should only be used by persons who are in good physical condition.
- Stay on marked trails.
- Don’t hike alone.
- Dress for the weather, and wear suitable shoes.
- Travel at your own risk.
- Do not remove plants or items from the preserve.
- Do make sure to take your trash with you to dispose of properly. No dumping.