The ACRES office is located in this preserve. Built of cedar and stone on a bluff high over Cedar Creek, the office was originally the home of Tom and Jane Dustin, founding members of the organization.
Trails wind through meadows and woodlands, one leading to a wetland filled in springtime with horned bladder wort and the call of spring peepers. Another trail climbs a steep hill along the preserve’s southern boundary formed by Cedar Creek, one of only three designated Indiana Natural, Scenic and Recreational Rivers.
Share the Trails hikes are fun ways to explore the preserves socially.
Gather friends and family and join ACRES volunteers as they show off the places they love to help protect - for good.
Rather than being an interpretive or naturalist type of hike, Share the Trails events are aimed at having fun in the woods, wetlands and prairies that ACRES preserves - with other folks who value the experience.