Lamine River Conservation Area has five tracts. From Otterville, take Route A east 1 mile. Highway 50 at the Lamine River provides access. Please see map for additional access.
This 6,017 acre area has a unique combination of river, floodplain, rolling uplands, and steep river bluffs. The Lamine River is a signature feature of the area, meandering through bottomlands of forest, cropfields, oldfields, and small wetlands. Uplands have woodland tracts, and a mix of oldfields and grassland areas often divided by brushy draws and scattered ponds.Facilities/Features: boat ramp, primitive camping, nine fishing lakes with 19 acres of fishable water, three miles of intermittent streams, and 12 miles of Lamine River.
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