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Posted in VIDEO, Kayak/Canoe, Hoover Reservoir Tagged Ohio, video, Kayak, fitness, outdoor adventures
Posted in Family with Kids, Hiking, Hoover Mudflats Boardwalk (Galena), Hoover Reservoir Tagged travel with kids, family time, In-Town Tourist, Ohio, outdoor adventures
An In-Town Tourist Feature:
…because Adventure begins in the heart and Travel starts at the end of your own driveway.
A 1500 foot pier is an unexpected find in landlocked Central Ohio. The Hoover Mudflats Boardwalk in Galena, Ohio lies on the northeastern edge of Hoover Reservoir and is a popular recreational site for boaters, birders and fishermen.
Depending on the time of day and if the fish are biting, you’ll stroll through the quiet conversations of fishermen intent on hooking a large-mouth bass or channel catfish -or into virtual solitude, pressed only by rhythmic waves, gusting winds and the cheerful chirps and calls of a variety of shore birds.
Bald eagles, peregrine falcons and osprey are lake area residents and can be spotted with a steady eye on the sky. The water may be mud brown in color, but pier’s end offers a view expansive enough to awaken oceanic dreams…
Hoover Mudflats Boardwalk (Galena, Ohio) Visitor Information and Map
1500 foot boardwalk across mudflats and reservoir waters.
Fishing and bird watching!
Directions: Travel northeast on S. Old 3C to downtown Galena, Ohio. Turn right on Front Street. Parking lot is on right.
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Posted in Family with Kids, Hiking, Snorkeling/Swimming, Hoover Reservoir Tagged family time, In-Town Tourist, Beaches, hiking trails, Lily the Lab, outdoor adventures
Hot and humid in Ohio. A sultry Sunday afternoon. One of the so-called dog days of summer. Our dog Lily, a six year old chocolate lab, enjoyed splashing through her day. Check out the video of our favorite swimming spot (I’ll use HiDef next time). The second video “If You Give a Hannah a Video Camera” is a good argument for keeping hold of the camera at all times!