Steve Swoveland Nature Preserve

This 46 acre site is a reforested wetland. Located within the city limits of Hagerstown, the disturbed area was saved from the bulldozer through the passionate efforts of nearby resident, Steve Swoveland. Thousands of trees have been planted in the river valley area to help it return to its natural state.

*Please note* This is a wetland habitat. Trails are often soft and wet.

On September 23, 2020, this nature preserve was renamed from Hagerstown Nature Preserve to Steve Swoveland Nature Preserve.





Acres: 46

Accessibility: Open to the Public

Features: Parking across the street at ball field, Mowed trails approximately 1 mile total length

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