McClue Nature Preserve


Location:   Exit I-69 at the Fremont-Pokagon exit and go south to Co. Rd. 400N, the first cross-road, and turn left. Go east just over 1 mi. to a marked parking lot on the south side of the road.

Description:   Thirty acres of McClue are covered by old-growth forest. The woods is rich in spring wildflowers, and a good area for spring birding. Nesting warblers include: Cerulean, Hooded, American Redstart, and Ovenbird. The entire preserve is very rolling with rounded hills and low, wet depressions.

Ownership: Indiana DNR and/or Steuben County



National Forest