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Hailand/Helstrom Complex2018-12-13T13:01:17+00:00

Hailand/Helstrom Family Preserve Complex

Size: 50 acres/40 acres

Frontage: The paved North Western State Trail follows the north eastern boundary of the Hailand Preserve.

Land Description/Trails: A roughly 1½ mile trail system takes you through both of these preserves. The ponds found here drain to Crooked Lake a short distance to the east on the other side of US-31.

History: The Hailand Preserve was donated in 2007 in honor of Art and Sally Hailand. In 2012, funds from John Helstrom were donated to create the Helstrom Family Preserve in memory of Mathias and Esther Helstrom. Access to these preserves is available from two locations, as described below.

Directions: At the stop light intersection of Conway and US-31, turn left onto West Conway Road. In .2 miles, look for a sign and parking on the right. Or park just before this along the North Western State Trail (a paved trail) at the fountain and then walk north on the trail about a hundred yards to access the preserves directly.

Check out the plants and animals found at this preserve using the iNaturalist guide below. Help us document more with and!

Printable Trail Map