Stonelick State Park
Stonelick State Park is located in northern Clermont County along the outskirts of Cincinnati. The park is located around Stonelick Lake, including all the wooded areas and Stonelick Creek which comes off the dam for the lake. The park has a large campground, many visitor walking trails, and a small beech.
Poison Ivy is a very nasty plant, which I am extremely allergic to. Poison Ivy has trifoliate leaflets and grows on a woody, hairy vine. The fruit of Poison Ivy, which is shown above, is a drupe and has a distinct white color.
A fun fact about the White Oak is that Native Americans used to boil their acorns as a source of food.
The Sugar Maple’s sap contains about 1.5-3% solids and the sap does not taste sweet until it is concentrated by evaporation.
The Tartarian Honeysuckle is actually native to Siberia and was introduced to the US in 1752!
There are 6 bee species that only pollinate the Small Wood Sunflower!