This intimate site features a one mile nature trail with boardwalk, council fire ring, and small picnic shelter. This 38-acre site is comprised of six different natural communities, including a mesic silt loam prairie, oak woodland and a sedge meadow. In fact, Boger Bog is not really a bog at all (an acidic wetland community), but is the exact opposite, a grass-dominated alkaline wetland community called a graminoid fen. Fens support calcium-loving plants like big and little bluestem and Indian grass, and provide habitat for frogs and turtles. The oak woodland sits atop a moraine and is dominated by red and white oaks that provide sanctuary for deer, turkeys, raccoons, possums and birds. Boger Bog Conservation Area also features a 300 foot boardwalk that allows visitors to walk along the edges of the calcareous seep/spring and graminoid fen communities. Interpretive signs placed on observation decks along the boardwalk educate the public about these wetlands and the plant and wildlife they support. A council ring along the trail provides a natural gathering place for small groups, where visitors can enjoy the view of the fen on one side and the woodland on the other. An ADA accessible picnic shelter and restrooms are also available on site.