Kelleys Island–Huntley-Beatty Preserve

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Kelleys Island–Huntley-Beatty Preserve
Coordinates: 41.6026715, -82.7141547
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About Huntley-Beatty Preserve
Within walking distance of Kelleys Island’s downtown, the Huntley-Beatty Quarry provides visitors with opportunities to hike and explore the unique ecological and geological features of the island. The preserve contains an excellent example of the globally imperiled Great Lakes Alvar habitat that support rare and endangered species. Surveys have revealed a dozen State Endangered plants growing on this property, including Caribbean spike-rush and Philadelphia panic-grass.

Access the property from Bookerman Road approximately 550 feet west of the intersection of Bookerman Road and Division Street. A gravel drive provides access to the protected property along the northern boundary
From Western Reserve Land Conservancy Parks and Preserves webpage

No restroom facilities.