Tiffin University Nature Preserve
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About Tiffin University Nature Preserve
The Tiffin University Nature Preserve is a regionally significant ecosystem. It was dedicated on June 5, 2007. This more than one- million-dollar riparian restoration was made possible through a partnership between the University, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, The Seneca County Park District, and the State of Ohio.
The Nature Preserve features a 1.23-mile hiking trail focusing on a two-acre restored wetland and vernal pool complex that has enhanced biological diversity in Seneca County. The streamside forested walkway is highlighted by three bridges, picnic areas, and a gazebo.
The preserve provides a naturalistic setting for informal and formal university gatherings and learning experiences, as well as providing access to natural areas for Tiffin and Seneca County citizens.
From Tiffin University Nature Preserve webpage
No restroom facilities.