Keen Wildlife Area
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About Keen Wildlife Area
This 84-acre wildlife area is situated in eastern Ohio in western Harrison County 2.5 miles south of Stillwater. Access to the public area is from OH-258 on Craigo Road, T-100. The area lies in the unglaciated deeply eroded Allegheny plateau hill region of Ohio. The deeply dissected terrain is composed of ridges with steep slopes. Second growth hardwoods occupy 80 percent of the area.
The land for the Keen Wildlife Area was deeded to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife from the estate of Mrs. Margaret C. Keen in 1996. Management work will include protection and improvement of existing woodlands to maintain habitat diversity. Hunting is the major recreational use of the area; sightseeing, hiking, nature study, and bird watching are the other popular recreational uses.
From Keen Wildlife Area webpage
No restroom facilities.