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Catfish Pond Trail

0.1 Miles
Easy
2

Dogs (leashed)

Water Source

The Catfish Pond Trail at Dead Man's Hollow Conservation Area is a tiny trail, mostly just about 200 feet out-and-back, that leads down to Catfish Pond and a fishing area.

The trailhead can be found right at the parking lot, next to the bench - near the main trailhead for the Cool Spirit Trail. Head downhill to Catfish Pond for some good fishing.

Parking: Parking can be tricky due to google maps misinterpreting the parking location, so the parking marker is located at the entrance to the Dead Man's Hollow parking lot. The entrance to the parking lot can be found at the junction of Scene Ridge Rd and River Ridge Rd.

Hunting: Hunting is allowed at Dead Man's Hollow.


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0.1 miles
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May 29, 2018
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June 10, 2018

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