Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park
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About Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park
The Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park consists of approximately 80 acres with significant wildlife habitat, gently rolling meadows, a wooded ravine, and a pond. There is public access for fishing, hiking, bird watching, nature study and more. This park is situated in Montgomery Township at the intersection of OH-60 and County Road 1754, not far from Byers Woods.
The park was acquired in 2019 from the Ashland County Commissioners. A State of Ohio Clean Ohio grant funded the land transfer. This park was named after the current commissioner, Tom Kruse, who has played a major roll since the establishment of the park district in 2002. Currently, easy access is limited to the pond area since there has not been a trail system or parking lot developed.
From Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park webpage
No restroom facilities.