I dabble as a blogger for Visit Hendricks County, and I recently had an assignment to check out Burnett Woods Nature Preserve in Avon. My daughters and I had a good time walking through the fall foliage, so I want to share my Visit Hendricks County blog post with everyone:
A couple weeks ago, I shared my five favorite places to see fall color in Hendricks County. I've since discovered a new location: Burnett Woods Nature Preserve in Avon.
Located on County Road 100 South, just east of Dan Jones Road, Burnett Woods is an 80-acre Indiana State Dedicated Nature Preserve that is owned and maintained by the Central Indiana Land Trust. Their purchase of the land was made possible by a gift from Ruth Burnett.
Burnett Woods is chock full of black walnut, oak, hickory, maple and tulip poplar trees, which are currently displaying rich, beautiful autumn color. It's also full of native wildflowers and shrubs that provide a different kind of beauty in the spring...
To read the rest of the Visit Hendricks County blog post, click here.
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