Audubon Wetlands Preserve

This 215-acre park, which borders the Jerome Fork of the Mohican River, has a variety of high-quality wetlands, including burr reed marsh, buttonbush swamp, vernal pools, and floodplain forest. State threatened plants and animals live here including sweet flag. A 270-foot boardwalk spans the burr reed marsh, providing excellent views for hikers and bird-watchers. This park was made possible with funds from the Audubon Society.

Audubon Wetlands Preserve permits deer archery hunting only from September-December. Hiking and general public use of the park is permitted all days. For more information on hunting rules and regulations, please click here.

Learn more about park manager Tony Lecorchick.

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Location: 1379 Township Road 743

Trail Map

Hunting Map

Contact: Tony Lecorchick (419.289.4920)