"The Dyer Mill Trail is part of Battelle Darby Metro Park, the largest in the system. Dubbed one of the “last Great Places in the Western Hemisphere” by The Nature Conservancy, the park boasts oak-hickory forests, open meadows, a diverse ecosystem, and stunning views over Little and Big Darby Creeks. Frequent educational programs, festivities, group activities, winter hikes, and night hikes are scheduled year-round through the nature center.
Leave the city behind and get lost in nature on this 2.5-mile hike. Follow along Little Darby Creek and loop into tall grass meadows and secluded woodlands. Hikers will get a taste of scenic river views, wildlife spotting, and open, tranquil fields."