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Fall Experiences

Are you a fall fanatic? If the thought of sweatshirts, cider, pumpkins, and chili get you excited, then you’ve landed in the right place! Get Ready: this is fall in Wabash County. CHILI COOK OFF Paradise Spring Historical Park Must attend event! Largest chili cook off east of the Mississippi river (literally)! $5 admission to…

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Fall Experiences

Are you a fall fanatic? If the thought of sweatshirts, cider, pumpkins, and chili get you excited, then you’ve landed in the right place! Get Ready: this is fall in Wabash County. CHILI COOK OFF Paradise Spring Historical Park Must attend event! Largest chili cook off east of the Mississippi river (literally)! $5 admission to…

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Get Out of Your City Immediately!

Get out of your city, immediately! Okay, that sounded a bit dramatic, but families and couples ARE making the easy 1- 3 hour drive to Wabash, IN for weekend getaways.  Sometimes it’s just to escape the street hustle of the urban jungle and reconnect in a place where the threat of being hit by a…

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Hanging Rock

The Acres Land Trust property, located on the southern bank of the Wabash River, near the town of Lagro, contains an impression natural exposure of fossilized coral reef dating from the Silurian Periodsome 400 million years ago. The limestone reef deposit rises 75 feet above the river and is being undercut by it, giving the…

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Asherwood Nature Preserve

Deep ravines divide beech/maple& oak/hickory forests on narrow ridge tops.This Acres Land Trust property has over 300 species of woody and herbaceous plants and 140 species of birds have been observed.

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Mary Thornton Nature Preserve

This 15 acre Acres Land Trust property provides a great example of an oak/hickory forest being converted into a beech/maple forest. Trail length: 0.6 mi Difficulty: Easy

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Hathaway Preserve at Ross Run

This Acres Land Trust property is a spectacular gorge with waterfalls, reef fossils, exposed bedrock and vertical cliffs as high as 75 feet. On this terrain are mature oaks, some with trunks over four feet in diameter.

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Kokiwanee: Brrrrisk Hike: Bald Eagles and Frozen Waterfalls

For a few weeks a year, up to 100 Bald Eagles roost near Acres Landtrust Preserves in Wabash and Miami Counties.  Trek these spectacular places, taking in frozen waterfalls and geologic formations, watching eagles hunt the rivers all day and fly in and out to roost.  You will be able to warm up with cocoa…

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Kokiwanee Nature Preserve

The Acres Landtrust property features bluffs along the Salamonie River as well as streams tumbling down waterfalls into the river. Dog-friendly hiking trails and a great spot to photograph eagles and local wildlife.

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