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 Dysart Woods - Middle Belmont County, Ohio
Dysart Woods

Dysart Woods

(I-70 exit 208 to Rt. 149 south to Belmont, then Rt. 147 south to Dysart -- approximately 9 miles from I-70 exit.)

Dysart Woods is the largest known (51 acres) of unglaciated primeval oak forest in Southeastern Ohio. The virgin forest, with specimens 300-400 years old, is a National Natural Landmark and botanical research laboratory of Ohio University and the Eastern Campus. Follow the footpaths. No restrooms.

For a description of early settler life (starting about 1800) in the "big woods" less than fifteen miles from Dysart Woods, see: Ohio Revisited: Belmont County, Part 14 -- Life in the Woods Near St. Clairsville.

See: Parks and Nature



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