This area represents one of the best wetland areas along the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky and supports many native species now uncommon in this region, such as Jefferson’s salamanders and wood frogs. The diverse amphibian populations also include streamside salamanders, ravine salamanders, greens frogs, Spring peepers, and American toads. The property provides a critical link in maintaining habitat in an area under increasing development pressure. A mature beech-dominated forest is the centerpiece of the forest, while other trees documented include silver maple, cottonwood, sycamore, American elm, black willow, pin oak, and swamp white oak.
Open from dawn to dusk.