The Gladys Leui Preserve, a wildlife refuge, is mostly mature hardwood forest bisected by a small stream. Upland oak-hickory, maple-basswood, and floodplain forest species are present. The area also offers a six-acre reconstructed prairie. Hiking, walking, bird watching, geocaching, and several other activities are possible however we do not maintain trails nor do we have picnic tables or grills available.
The property was gifted to the county in 2005 with the stipulation that it remain a wildlife refuge with no trails, structures, or other improvements.