The website describes things we did not find. We stopped at the offices of the preserve and no one there (four people) could direct us to a trail. Two workers told us to "follow the tire tracks" which proved to be a very unsatisfactory experience. One said there were trails but he didn't really know how to find them and we should "just go out that way" (into an open field). There was a sign in back of the office that described a trail but there was nothing apparent but tire tracks in overgrown grass that petered out after a thousand feet or so. We didn't have time to keep hunting.
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