Bradner Preserve is the largest of the Wood County Park District properties. The nature interpretation center is like a free hands-on nature museum. The Bradner Preserve and the interpretive center is open everyday from 8:00 am until 30 minutes past sunset.
It has three access points: Interpretive Center and shelter house: 11491 Fostoria Road/ State Route 23, Bradner, OH 43406 The Interpretive Center free and open from 8:00 am – dusk everyday. Trails & Campground: 11540 Timmons Road, Bradner, OH 43406 Playground & Restroom: 1275 Caldwell Road, Bradner, OH 43406 Various natural areas including a mature woodlot, sand dunes, grasslands and remnant prairie are all preserved in this, the largest of Wood County Parks. There are three miles of trails throughout the preserve.
Features & Amenities
Nature center: restrooms Shelter: water, electric Playground, covered picnic area 3 miles trails
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