Tucked away in lush greenery and tall trees, Sloan Preserve is spread across a large land of 33.4 acres. There are many short trails in the reserve that are perfect for a good hike. As you walk through the woods along the trail, you will come across pretty and rare wildflowers. The preserve has a small stream flowing through it which maintains the greenery of the place. You can sit by the stream and enjoy listening to the trickling sound of the water. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, you will find the much-needed peace and harmony here. A good place nestled in the lap of nature, head towards this preserve and escape the chaos of the urban life.
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Sloan Preserve Reviews & Ratings
It's extreme early spring is quite gloomy a wonderful walk. A very short Trail water a bench seating. It's extreme early spring is quite gloomy a wonderful walk. The very short trowel water a bench feeding. Actually a nice little visit highly recommend especially if you have a dog and nice walk. I will go back this spring and summer I will go back this spring and summer it look like a great place when everything is growing blooming and warm. Lots of falling down trees great for pictures and a bit relaxing atmosphere.
Like a jungle this year.
Well anytime your taking time out for yourself in Nature your in the right place . thats why its nice to find so many little almost hidden sacntuaries if you will. ! :)
Really lovely! I attended a school field trip and we had a lot of fun here.
I love this preserve. It can be buggy and the path has poison Ivy in certain areas, but if you come prepared you will enjoy a nice walk through the woods. The path is quite narrow, you'll want to walk single file. There is a bench overlooking the dry creek bed about 3/4 way down the path. It dead ends at honey creek. Very pretty, not usually busy at all.