Tecumseh Nature Preserve

Tecumseh Nature Preserve
Ohio State University Lima Campus
Lima, Ohio 45804
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Tecumseh Nature Preserve
Coordinates: 40.738198, -84.021987
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About Tecumseh Nature Preserve
The Ohio State University Lima Campus Tecumseh Natural Area is the probably the largest and most pristine wooded area in Ohio’s Allen county with approximately 200 acres of forest. When Ohio was first explored by European settlers almost the entire state was forested. The campus natural area represents a small segment of this original forest and is thus part of Ohio’s biological heritage. Parts of the natural area are Beech-Maple climax forest. Elsewhere massive oaks and sycamores can be found. There are a number of trails, as shown by green lines on the map. Starting at the large wooden sign next to Galvin Hall, circling east to the pond, then south, and then west ending up at the trail entrance behind Cook Hall is a distance of slightly over 5900 feet. Webpages describing natural area trees and wildflowers are available.
From Nature Preserve webpage

No restroom facilities.