“1,382 acres of Ohio wildlife”
Fallsville Wildlife Area is in southwest Ohio, seven miles north of Hillsboro on State Route 73. The 1,382-acre wildlife area is almost 50 percent meadow and grain crops. About 20 percent of the area is a mixture of shrubs, small trees, grasses, and forbs and almost 30 percent is woodland. Six shallow ponds are located on the area. Fallsville is popular for rabbit, squirrel,†and pheasant hunting. Jump-shooting for ducks on the ponds is often productive. Night hunting is popular for raccoon and fox, and trapping for muskrat and mink is productive along the streams and pond banks. A scenic waterfall and former old mill site are located on Clear Creek, which flows through the area. Parking lots are situated throughout the area. A designated shotgun-only target area and a dog training area are maintained for year-round use.
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