WETZEL STATE RECREATION AREA

27 Mile Road, west of Werderman Road, Lenox Township

This area is known for waterfowl as well as grassland sparrows and the occasional Bobolink. A wide variety of species including shorebirds, terns and gulls have been seen in the various ponds and along the trails of this park. The wetlands attract several species of special concern such as Marsh Wrens, Common Gallinules, Least Bitterns and Forester’s Terns.

 
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A wide variety of species have been seen in the various ponds and along the trails of this park. But this area is best known for its waterfowl and grassland sparrows.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Year-round viewing is available

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PARKING

Parking is available

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RESTROOMS

Permanent restrooms are available on this property

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TRAIL CONDITION

This trail is partially paved.

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PICNIC TABLES

Two picnic tables are accessible from the Werderman Road entrance.

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BOAT LAUNCH

There is no boat launch at this property

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FEE

A Recreation Passport is required