Stoutsburg Savanna Nature Preserve
Stoutsburg Savanna Nature Preserve is a large oak savanna tract encompassing several smaller open areas dominated by prairie vegetation. The east-central portion of the property contains a large stand of impressive prairie grasses standing at least eight feet high.
Grasses in areas closer to 1100 North are less exuberant, but the simultaneous presence of plants like rattlesnake master, blazing star, compass plant, and prairie dock make up for it. Standing water can pool for days after a good rain.
There aren't really any trails, but a dirt lane leads from the gate and soon connects with other lanes that allow access to the interior.
Jasper County. From the intersection of IN 10 and IN 49, go west 2.0 miles on IN 10, then south 1.0 mile on County Road 200W, then west 0.75 miles on County Road 1100N to a gated lane on the north side of the road.
North 41 10.372 West 87 05.889 (Gate)
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Habeck: Wild Indiana; Page 22
Indiana Department of Natural Resources