168 acres. 3,400-foot frontage on Minnehaha Creek. Dominated by hardwood forest, the property includes red pine plantations, meadow, creek and cedar swamp. The spring-fed Minnehaha Creek flows through the preserve on its way to Crooked Lake. A trail system offers roughly three miles of moderate hiking. Old 2-tracks wind their way through the preserve as remnants of past logging days. A footbridge crosses the east branch of the creek. The small parking lot is near the preserve sign on Maxwell Road 3/4 mile south of Mitchell Road.