Location: Waupaca County
Area Protected: 39 Acres
This site is a delightful, well managed continuum of Northeastern Wisconsin vegetational communties. The underlying bedrock is Precambrian granite overlain with Pleistocene glacial till. The riverbed to the north, the irregular topography, and the varying subtrates of sand and boulder fields created a habitat continuum which supports nine distinct plant communities. These communties include: Riparian Wetland; Upland Meadow; Northern Lowland; Forest Floodplain; and Northern Mesic Forest.
-Reeve Reserve is located west of Big Falls, on HWY C
-Because directions can vary greatly depending where you are coming from, please visit Google Maps and look for -directions from your address to Big Falls, WI and travel west on HWY C to property
-Park on the grass along HWY C on the north side of the road and enter along the trail by the Reeve Reserve sign
-Respect property boundaries and stay within limits of the reserve at all times