Robb Hidden Canyon

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Address 425 Lane 201, Ball Lake, Hamilton, IN 46742
County Steuben
Acreage 87.5 acres
Trail length 1.7 miles
Trail difficulty
Year Acquired 1995, 2008
Preserve Guide Download
State Dedicated Preserve

Robb Hidden Canyon is a steep-sided ravine with a clear stream running through it. There are beech and maple trees on the slopes, and a grassy meadow at the top from which a visitor has a panoramic view of Ball Lake. Beneath the trees on the slopes grow bishop’s cap, jewelweed, rue anemone, wild phlox, black cohosh, spring beauty, Virginia waterleaf and large-flowered trillium. In the trees are scarlet tanagers, indigo buntings, wood thrushes and rose-breasted grosbeaks.

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years protecting forests, wetlands, native grasslands, prairie & working land