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Phase three of the John & Mary Rudolph Nature Area is now complete.  The third phase adds an additional 3,700 lineal feet of trail to the already existing 1.2 miles of trail, as well as a canoe/kayak entry point to the Great Miami River.

The estimated cost for the project is $198,337 paid for in its entirety by private donations and a grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission - Clean Ohio Conservation Fund.

433 St. Rt. 708 - P.O. Box 30 - Russells Point, Ohio 43348

Phone:  937-843-2245  -  Fax:  937-843-9956

Village of Russells Point

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