Preserve Description

Glacially carved kettle-hole lakes are bordered by a wetland fen system. In secluded areas, sandhill cranes have established nests. There are rolling meadows and surrounding uplands covered in an oak, hickory and red maple forest. In spring, a profusion of wildflowers, including white trillium, carpet deep ravines near hundred-year-old log buildings — one now used for ACRES events and another as the caretaker’s residence.

  • Address:

    180 W. 400 N, Angola, IN 46703

  • County:


  • Acreage:

    254.8 acres

  • Trail Length:

    1.9 miles

  • Trail Difficulty:

  • Year(s) Acquired:

    1983, 1984, 1998, 1999

Preserve Guide

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State Dedicated Preserve