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Zimmerman Prairie is a remnant of an extensive prairie fen which occurred in the outwash-filled valleys of Beaver Creek in western Ohio.
This small prairie boasts several species of rare and interesting prairie plants including queen-of-the-prairie, Riddell's goldenrod, prairie dock, big bluestem, Indian grass and Ohio goldenrod.
Although small in size, Zimmerman Prairie is one of the southernmost fens known in Ohio.
This preserve may only be accessed with a written permit from the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves.
Preserve Access Permit