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The Enlow Fork Wildflower Walk page!

The walk and nature events are sponsored by the Wheeling Creek Watershed Conservancy


The 2014 Enlow Fork Wildflower Walk:
Sunday, April 27




Come before 8 a.m. for the bird hike. The first guided wildflower walk starts around 10 a.m., but you can go anytime on your own.

A large group of enthusiastic hikers participated at last year's walk! We're hoping for good weather and more flowers in 2014! And breaking news: Smokey Row, the road that leads to Enlow Fork, has been paved. This should make traveling to the site much easier.

Come on back to the 2011 wildflower walk for some photos!

Full-sized photos can be e-mailed or printed (price upon request). All photos copyright Pete Zapadka (the above photo, a red trillium, was taken April 27, 2008, at Enlow Fork). This Web site also is updated by Pete Zapadka for the Wheeling Creek Watershed Conservancy.


Find us! Some driving directions to the site.

Now: A general locator map so you can see the approximate area in which Enlow Fork lies. You'll see it is close to Pennsylvania's western border with West Virginia, also known as the Ellicott Line.

Remember, Enlow Fork is part of state Game Lands 302, so hunting always is a possibility at any time of year. Always follow state Games Lands rules and regulations. Do NOT pick the flowers!!

Come take a walk on a Sunday to enjoy the flora and fauna of the Enlow Fork area.


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Page last updated 2013 Feb. 4.