Huron County Parks & Nature Preserves

The following list of parks and preserves includes those managed by federal, state, county, and non-governmental agencies (such as the National Audubon Society, the Nature Conservancy, various historical societies, etc.).

We have tried to collect information on the activities and facilities available at various parks, but things may change without us knowing about it. So please double-check the information at the official site (click on the park’s name to go there).




Augusta-Anne Olsen (State Nature Preserve)
  • 4934 West River Road, Wakeman, Ohio 44889
  • GPS coordinates: N41.272754,W82.408352
  • Location: 1 mile north of Wakeman on West River road
  • Park size: 132 acres
  • Good site for bird watching
  • Numerous varieties of spring wildflowers can be seen on the half–mile Spring Trail and on the River Loop Trail. The official website says that American Chestnut trees are also located here. The Sassafras Trail features one of the largest sassafras trees in the state as well as spectacular views of the Vermilion River.
  • Location on Google Maps
  • TrekOhio photos and descriptions of Augusta-Anne Olsen
Reservoir (Monroeville City Park)
  • Location: SR 547 West of Village
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Walking track
Seneca Caverns (Private Cavern)
  • 15248 E. Township Road 178, Bellevue, OH 44811
  • GPS coordinates: N41.226296,W82.874404
  • Restrooms
  • Location on Google Maps
Veterans Memorial Park (Norwalk City Park)
  • Location: On Old State Rd, Norwalk, OH
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Restrooms
Willard Marsh (State Wildlife Area)
  • Location: See above link for driving directions and maps.
  • Park size: 1,676 acres
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Wildlife Area Map for Willard Marsh
Willard Reservoir Park (Willard City Park)
  • Location: State Route 61, three miles east of Willard
  • Total trail length: 2.4 miles
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Restrooms
  • Boating




Last Update: 2017-07-24 16:32:02

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