“hike through extensive swamp forests”
The Grand River Wildlife Area is in northeast Ohio, just east of West Farmington. State Route 88 bisects the area in an east-west direction, and State Route 534 borders the area on the west. Trumbull County Roads 217, 213, and 233 run parallel to Route 534 through the area. The 7,453-acre area is flat to gently rolling. Twelve ponds, numerous beaver impoundments, and over thirty man-made marshes can be found here. The Grand River and five tributary streams meander through the wildlife area, subjecting much of it to flooding during heavy rains and spring thaws. About 46 percent of the area is second growth hardwoods, 49 percent is openland, cropland, and brushland, and 5 percent is wetland and water.
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Grand River Wilderness Area
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