Phyllis and Frank Yuhas Woods

Phyllis and Frank Yuhas Woods is one of the most pristine woodlands in east central Indiana. It features towering old growth oaks, hickories, beech and black cherry trees. The wetland is alive with frogs and colorful salamanders. In the spring, this forest is carpeted in a rainbow of wildflowers. A display seldom found in our region. In autumn, the diverse tree canopy is ablaze with a riot of orange, yellow, and maroon leaves. 

This exceptional nature preserve is closed to the public except for a few special events each year. Some of these events are public. Exclusive opportunities to visit Phyllis and Frank Yuhas Woods are sent to supporters subscribed to Red-tail’s email list. 


Acres: 83

Accessibility: Open for special events only

Features: hiking trails

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