Pendleton County was extremely fortunate a few years back to have one of its outstanding, caring citizens donate 43 wooded acres to the Pendleton County Fiscal Court to be used as an everlasting wildlife nature preserve. Officials have identified no less than 40 different species of woody plants and trees and more than 27 species of birds that live in and around the preserve. There are also many types of wildlife that move in and throughout the preserve grounds.
The Cedar Line Nature Preserve is situated at the intersection of Flour Creek Road and Hale Road in the north central part of Pendleton County and is open to the public for daily visiting. There are several trails throughout the preserve to be used by the public which make the viewing of the aforementioned vegetation and wildlife convenient and accessible.
Cedar Line Rules and Regulations (279KB)
Contact the Pendleton County Judge/Executives Office for questions relating to the Nature Preserve facility.