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Posted in response to Rockhounding in Ohio from Barclay on May 27, 2014 at 08:14:21:

Re: Rockhounding in Ohio

The Nethers Farm is great and very low impact (a few hundred feet from the paved road). The map from the Flint Ridge Museum is very detailed and will help you get there, it's pretty tricky otherwise since the two counties gave the same name to two different roads, etc.

Also you can try fossil collecting at Caesar Creek State Park just north of Cincinnati. Great horn corals, shells and an occasional trilobite (small).

You're guaranteed to find something nice at each location - I'd recommend doing a search on YouTube for videos related to the two areas to give you a sense of what's available.

From Wade Wilcox - July 17, 2014 at 08:29:55
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