Warren County

Honey Branch Bluff

Honey Branch Bluff includes a 35 foot sandstone bluff crowned with native white pine and ornamented with red cedar jutting over Big Pine Creek.



  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Mushroom Harvesting Allowed
  • No Trails
  • Wildflowers

History of Acquisition and Property

In December of 2016 NICHES acquired 24 acres along Big Pine Creek from Kathleen Kitch and Dana Goodman and Pam and Mike Murr.

The property is within a quarter mile of two other NICHES preserves in Warren County: Crow's Grove and Warren Piece Conservation Easement.

The property boasts a 35-foot sandstone bluff, home to native white pine and red cedar trees.

How to Get There

To reach Honey Branch Bluff, which is only accessible from Big Pine Creek, put in upstream at 450 N on Big Pine Creek and take out at the Twin Bridges.

Seasonal Features

Fire is used to maintain the habitat of the land as we have done at the neighboring Warren Piece preserve

Noteworthy Information

Notable Species: Fragrant Sumac, Forked Aster, Eastern White Pine, Shooting Stars, Fire Pink, Culvers Root


Closed in November for Deer Control Hunt

Number of Acres


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