Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve
Location & Visitor information
This waterfront area, with its contiguous wetlands, comprises some of the last remaining undeveloped stretches of shoreline in the Sandusky Bay region. Known to attract nearly 300 bird species and beautiful wildflowers, spring is one of the best times to visit! Summer finds great blue herons, red tail hawks, woodcocks, great horned owls, wood ducks, and numerous songbirds. Walking trails, restrooms, paved trails, and birding checklist available. Open year-round, daily dawn-dusk.