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Seeger High School Precision Agriculture Class

Green stars= Niches properties
Purple dots= DNR properties
Blue dots= County owned properties 

Click a location above for directions on how to get to a property, or check out the descriptions below to learn more about what each one features. 


1. Potawatomi Trail

59 acres

This property is comprised of a wooded slope that houses many species of birds as well as a variety of other wildlife. 


2. Black Rock

0.17 mile trail on 45 acres

This property features a short trail that leads to Black Rock, a sandstone outcrop which rises over 100 feet from the Wabash River.


3. Black Rock Barrens Heischman-McAdams Reserve

1.6 mile two loop trail on 100 acres

This property is a wooded glade area that features a wide variety of wildflowers during the spring season.


4. Weiler-Leopold Nature Reserve

two 1.6 mile loops on 308 acres

This property, which sits along the Wabash River, is made up of a mix of forest land with over 30,000 trees and open grasslands with native prairie grass.


5. Birdfoot Barrens 

continued portion of adjacent Weiler-Leopold land 

This property features a mixture of siltstone glades and sandstone outcroppings, as well as many unique species of wildflowers. 


6. Kohnke's Little Pine Valley

33 acres, no trail

This property was the location of the Kohnke family’s summer cottage, and due to their preservation of the property’s natural state, now features a wide variety of plants and wildlife species.


7. Potawatomi Springs

located across the street from Cicott park

This property is comprised of a wooded slope that houses many species of birds as well as a variety of other wildlife. 


8. Cicott Park

1.2 mile loop trail

This property, which was originally the site of a trading post established by Zachariah Cicott in 1816, now features a trail, access to the Wabash River, a pavilion, and a large open grassy area. 


9. Pine Village Caboose

located on the corner of Lafayette St. and Jefferson St. near the Arni's restaurant

This site, located in downtown Pine Village, houses a historic train car as well as a little library where a free book can be taken so long as another is left in its place. 


10. Pine Village Park 

located behind the fire station

This park features a playground, basketball court, open grassy area, and a pavilion that includes restrooms and a small kitchen space. 

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11. Rhus Radicans

20 acres, no trails 

True to its name, this property is dedicated to protecting the prolific amount of poison ivy found in its midst, as well as many other native species.


12. Hewitt Estate

1.7 miles, no trails 

This property is a tranquil place where visitors can walk along the river and may catch a glimpse of wildlife such as bald eagles nesting in the trees above. 


13. Honey Branch Bluff

 24 acres accessible only by boat

This property, which can be reached via Big Pine Creek, consists of a 35 foot bluff that juts out over the water.


14. Crow's Grove

0.4 mile trail on 33 acres

This property, which can be reached via Big Pine Creek, consists of a 35 foot bluff that juts out over the water.


15. Swanson's Bluff

only accessible via boat

This property features a sandstone bluff overlooking Big Pine Creek.


16. Fall Creek Gorge (Potholes)

1.4 mile trial on 162 acres

This property features a steep sandstone canyon with potholes, often filled with water running down them, as well as many plants and animals. 


17. Harrison Park

located at the end of W 3rd Street, just down from the hospital

A small, quiet park featuring playground equipment and a basketball court. 


18. Williamsport Town Park

located on Park Avenue, right next to the Williamsport Pool and Warren County Fair Grounds

This park is home to a pavilion, play ground equipment, a pool, tennis courts, a family game area, a full basketball court, and a large grassy area. 


19. Williamsport Falls 

1.6 mile loop trail

This location boasts the highest free-flowing waterfall in the state of Indiana.

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20. Old Towne Park 

located along S 3rd Street, right off of River Road

This park is home to a small basketball court and playground equipment. 

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21. Ravine Park

a 90 acre park near downtown Attica, IN

This park contains a half mile trail as well as playground equipment, a pavilion, and a pool. 


22. Shawnee Bottom

3.5 mile loop trail on 470 acres

This property features 1.5 miles of water frontage property along the Wabash River. A large portion of the trail is made up by an old portion of the Erie Canal that was later made into a railroad and abandoned in the 1930s.


23. Portland Arch

two 1 mile loop trails on 436 acres

This property features a sandstone gorge, a creek, forest land, wetlands, savannas, and prairie land.


24. Gladys & Al Wright Rock Creek Nature Reserve

0.8 mile loop trail on 80 acres

This property features Rock Creek, a body of water that cuts through sandstone to form small waterfalls in places, and eventually flows into the Wabash River.


25. West Lebanon Park

located along High Street right outside of town

This park is home to a variety of playground equipment as well as a pavilion, tennis court, and basketball court. 

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26. Williams Woods

trail features signs with poems from Grover William's book, as well as a story written by Millie Williams

A combination of low woods and a high rise, this property features a variety of trees, primarily oak, and is home to a variety of wildflowers in the spring. 


27. State Line City Town Park

located along Main Street

This park includes an open grassy area as well as a variety of playground equipment. 

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28. Covington City Park 

located at the end of 2nd Street

This park is home to a pool, playground equipment, tennis courts and a splash pad. 

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29. Circle Trail

5.2 mile trail beginning at the Covington City Park

This trail winds around Covington and features farmland, wetlands and wooded property. 



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