Located at County Roads 100 West and 500 South, Berns-Meyer Nature Preserve is a 20-acre preserve that is home to numerous tree species, marsh marigolds and green dragons, and a system of marked trails. To learn more, please go here.
At the north end of the Tippecanoe River State Park, traversed by trails and near a campsite, the sandhills of the Sandhill Nature Preserve were formed by movement during the Wisconsinian glacial period. Flat sand planes and rolling dunes are home to diverse flora species. To learn more, please go here.
On the east side of the Tippecanoe River State Park, along the river, near the Tippecanoe River picnic area, and traversed by trails, the Tippecanoe River Nature Preserve is home to an extensive floodplain and numerous species of birds, as well as mink and beavers. To learn more, please go here