John Bryan State Park
John Bryan State Park is part of a complex of parks that lie between Yellow Springs, Clifton, Cedarville, and Xenia, Ohio. John Bryan has 752 acres, but when combined with the adjacent parks of Glen Helen and Clifton Gorge State Preserve, visitors can explore over 2,100 acres.
The park once hosted stagecoaches and several industries which harness the power of the Little Miami River. Over 100 years ago, John Bryan donated the land to Ohio where it eventually became one of the state’s first forest parks.
This gallery captures several points of interest including the Orton Monument, waterfalls, as well as many peaceful scenes, and wildflowers that thrive along the John L. Rich Trail, the Cincinnati-Pittsburgh Stagecoach Trail, and the South Gorge Trail.
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