On the shores of Kohlman Lake, Fisher's Corner buffers the lake and the neighborhood from highway traffic. Venture into the site, and you find yourself in a cathedral of oak and basswood trees. Though this small woodland is degraded ecologically, the trees are magnificent, and you'll be sure to see a jack-in-the-pulpit or two.
Nearly two-thirds of the preserve is cattail marsh and reed canary wetlands. The saturated soils here will deter all but the most intrepid botanist in search of a few scattered remnants of wet prairie and sedge meadow. Due to terrain and wetlands, there are currently no plans to put trails at the preserve.
Terrain & Trails
Hiking is difficult. The site has no maintained trails. A steep hill takes you down into the preserve. From there, the preserve is flat.
The preserve is located at the northwest corner of Highway 61 and County Road C.
There is an entrance on County Road C.
Parking available at Park and Ride.
There are no restrooms or drinking water at the preserve.