The Enlow Fork Natural Area is located close to the Greene and Washington county borders. The trail is approximately 6.5 miles long and goes through some of the best river bottom forest in the Allegheny low plateau.
The trail is a bird watchers dream, birds of all species are scattered around the area. Some include the Midwestern and Carolinian (Southern) species of birds. Bring your binoculars and see what you can find.
This land and trail protect many different species of wildflowers. The main wildflower in this area is the Blue-Eyed Mary. This flower is a prairie-remnant species. The flower has hints of dark and light blue on the petals.
All these beautiful pieces of nature can be seen on your hike in the southwestern Pennsylvania woods. Come to the Enlow Fork Natural Area, and see everything for yourself.
GPS coordinates are 39.961076, -80.462700. The trail is located at the end of Smokey Row Lane which is located in State Game Lands 302.
There is on-site parking and access to the trail is located at the end of the parking area.