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Triangle Lake Bog State Nature Preserve

Preserving 61 acres in Portage County


One of the best examples of a kettle lake bog in Ohio containing carnivorous plants, tamarack and a floating sphagnum mat.

Triangle Lake Bog is one of the finest and least disturbed sphagnum kettle-hole bogs in Ohio. The vegetational zone surrounding this glacial kettle lake follows the classic pattern of boreal bogs.

A floating sphagnum mat with swamp loosestrife, leatherleaf and tamaracks surrounds the dark acidic waters of the bog lake.

Significant species found here include northern pitcher-plant, round-leaved sundew, leatherleaf, highbush blueberry, large cranberry, poison sumac and catberry.

Local Directions

Located 1.5 miles northwest of the intersection of State Rte 44 and I-76 on the south side of Sandy Lake Rd.

Special Features

Wetlands
Geologic Features
Bird Watching


  • Spaghnum kettle-hole bog
  • Large stand of tamarack trees and other rare plants

Facilities

Observation Area


  • Parking lot
  • Bulletin board
  • .25 mile trail
  • Interpretive signs

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