Paavola Wetlands Preserve


Paavola Wetlands Preserve

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Home to many frogs, turtles, wild irises, cattails, and Red-winged Blackbirds. Enjoy a walk through the natural habitat surrounding this 15 acre pond. Upland species include leatherwood, birch, pine, spruce and aspen. This is a perfect outdoor classroom for ecology and nature studies.

The site was established in 1999 through the generosity of a 40 acre donation by the Copper Country Masonic Lodge No. 135 to the Keweenaw Land Trust (KLT). The KLT expanded the preserve to include a total 115 acres in 2006.

The trail system is accessible from a parking area on No. 9 Road east of US 41, just north of Quincy Hill.



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