Explore the majestic splendor of the Ott Biological Preserve, Calhoun County’s “hidden jewel.” Located just east of Battle Creek in Emmett Township, this greenspace includes approximately 300 acres of natural habitats that have been shaped extensively by glaciers. Within the boundaries of the preserve are two spring fed kettle lakes, Brigham Lake and Hall Lake, as well as the east edge of Dexter Lake, wet peaty lowlands and dry, sandy uplands. The uplands include two prominent eskers (glacial ridges), one traveling nearly the length of the property from southwest to northeast.
- AddressMichigan Avenue, Emmett Twp, Marshall, MI 49014
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