NEARBY POINTS OF INTEREST:
Edna W. Spurgeon Woodland Reserve
9478 N 600 W
The Edna W. Spurgeon Woodland Reserve was the first ACRES property. It's an area of low ridges or kames left by glaciers and cut by glacial meltwater. You will find a mature forest of beech, sugar maple, and tulip trees, among the largest in the state. In this preserve, beautiful year-round, its colorful spring wildflower display is not to be missed: Dutchman's breeches, hepatica, bloodroot, spring beauty, and celandine poppy decorate the hillsides with white, pink, blue, and yellow.