LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
This 17-acre wildlife area lies six miles south of Salem in Columbiana County. Access is provided from Depot Road (CR410). The area lies in the glaciated plateau region of northeastern Ohio. The entire area is marshland.
HISTORY AND PURPOSE
Since the area was established in 2001, it has been managed as a public hunting area for wetland wildlife. Hunting and trapping are the major recreational uses.
Various waterfowl frequent the area, and all furbearers common to the region are found here.
HUNTING, FISHING, AND TRAPPING
The marsh provides waterfowl hunting and many opportunities for trapping.
Additional information may be obtained from the Area Manager, Highlandtown Wildlife Area, 16760 Springvalley Road, Salineville, Ohio 43945; telephone (330) 679-2201 or from the Wildlife District Three Office, 912 Portage Lakes Drive, Akron, Ohio 44319; telephone (330) 644-2293.
TURN IN A POACHER
Ohio’s TIP, “Turn In a Poacher,” program is helping to curtail poaching throughout the state. TIP is designed to involve the public in reporting wildlife violations. Citizens who observe wildlife violations should call the TIP toll-free hotline, 1-800-POACHER.
Return to northeast Ohio list of wildlife area maps.