Blackberry Picking at Taylor Fork Ecological Area

Wild Blackberries

Taylor Fork Ecological Area is open for blackberry picking through the first three weeks of July.  This is not casual, farm-style blackberry picking.  These are wild blackberries in thick brambles. The area has poison ivy, ticks, chiggars, and limited shade.  There are no restrooms or water fountains. Also, there are no venomous snakes.  Be sure to bring drinking water, and a container for the blackberries.  Long-sleeve shirts and pants, sunscreen, insect repellant and a hat are highly recommended.  Please be sure to sign in at the visitor log station when you enter the area.  There is no cost for this adventure.  Time window: 8 am - 5 pm.

For more information, contact: Isaac Bentley - 513-967-4827 or click here.

Published on July 05, 2017