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Kendrick Woods State Nature Preserve

  

Preserving 159 acres in Allen County


Among the abundant spring wildflowers found in this mixed swamp woods are several species uncommon to Allen County including swamp saxifrage, Virginia bluebells, green dragon, fire pink and blue cohosh.

Near the southern end of Kendrick Woods, a flowing artesian sulphur spring is located along the south tail, adjacent to Six Mile Creek.


Local Directions

Located in Allen County approximately 10 miles west of Lima. Take SR 81 west to Defiance Trail. The preserve is located 1/2 mile north on the west side of Defiance Trail.

Special Features

Woods
Spring Wildflowers
Birding
Wetlands


  • Extensive woodland
  • Spring wildflowers
  • Important stopover for migratory birds

Facilities

Drinking Water
Observation Area
Restrooms


  • Parking
  • Nature trails
  • Restrooms

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