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Dudley Woods Park

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  1. Charcoal Grills
  2. Fishing
  3. Hiking Trail
  4. Picnic Tables
  5. Restrooms
  6. Shelter
  7. Wildlife Viewing
Dudley Woods Park was established in 1999. The park is 63 acres and is maintained by MetroParks of Butler County. A motor vehicle permit is required.

About the Park

Dudley Woods opened in 1999 on the corner of Hankins and LeSourdsville-West Chester Roads. The land was purchased at a reduced price from Jim Dudley with donations from Greg and Sue Amend. The park is managed by MetroParks of Butler County and a motor vehicle permit is required. Check the MetroParks website for more info on obtaining a motor vehicle permit.


Primarily used for preserving nature with native wildlife hiking and family activities, this 63 acre park encompasses riparian habitat along Gregory Creek and maturing woods. A loop trail is an easy to moderate one mile hike following the creek to the back of the park, before turning and heading back through the woods. A picnic shelter, grills and restroom facilities are adjacent to the parking lot. Dudley Woods can be reserved through MetroParks of Butler County by calling 877-PARK FUN.

Future Plans

Future plans include the development of a trail guide and other interpretive guides along the trail. The reconstruction and furnishing of the Gregory Log Cabin (circa late 1700s) will enable visitors to experience the early heritage of Liberty Township.


  1. Dudley Woods Park Shelter

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