A bit of Ohio's ancient history remains intact at Cedar Bog, where visitors can view the nature preserve along a mile-long boardwalk.
Wahkeena, named with an Indian word meaning most beautiful, is located on the edge of the Hocking Hills. This 150
The preserve is 238 acres. Protected example of "white swamp forest." The forest grows on poorly drained, "white clay"
F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm is a 104-acre natural area with 2.3 miles of hiking trails, three ponds, several gardens, a tall-grass prairie and a 9,400
Stratford Ecological Center is a 236 acre organic farm consisting of fields, forest, swamps, pond, creek, education center, sugar shack, gardens, greenhouses and farm animals. 95
The Wilds, located near Cumberland, Ohio, is one of the largest and most innovative conservation centers in the world, spanning 14
The 450-acre Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve is on Ohio's north coast and features 1-1/2
Lawrence Woods is one of Ohio's newest preserves. The site containing 1,059 acres was purchased in 1997
The 1,000-acre Kitty Todd Nature Preserve was established in 1972 to protect one of the finest remaining examples of Northwest Ohio'
At more than 1,400 acres, The Nature Conservancy'
The 140-acre Herrick Fen Preserve was formed during the last ice age, as glaciers retreated some 12,000-14,000
The 100-acre Brown'
Just 75 miles east of Cincinnati lies the 16,000
Located in the heart of the East, Middle, and West Harbors system of Lakeside-Marblehead, the 150
Situated in the foothills of Southeastern Ohio, Raccoon Creek County Park is bordered on the north by Raccoon Creek, the stream formerly called "Etha Petha,"