This preserve has a small pond surrounded by forest, vernal pools scattered beneath the trees, a pine planting, numerous wetlands and a prairie. There are oak and hickory and many more species of trees as well as numerous species of wildflowers. Various birds can be seen at Wildwood, from wood ducks on the pond, to several species of woodpeckers in the woods, including red-headed and pileated.The variety of terrain provides habitats for a wide cross section of local wildlife. It is managed by Acres Land Trust and is open daily from dawn to dusk. Visit frequently – the preserve is constantly changing and new discoveries are waiting! It covers 235.5 acres of land. The trail length is 4.5 miles, trail difficulty is 3 hikers out of 5 hikers.
Hours: Dawn to Dusk 365 days a year.