Lake Renwick Preserve protects a 200-acre lake with associated wetland habitat.
Wildlife found at the preserve includes a variety of bird species, such as the great blue heron and great egret. Structures have been built on islands within the lake to provide nesting opportunities for the birds.
The preserve is also home to a variety of plant species, including prairie sundrops and rattlesnake master.
Turtle Lake Access offers access to shoreline fishing in designated areas of Turtle and Budde Lakes. Catch and release fishing is encouraged, but daily limits are:
Type of Fish
Bluegill or Redear Sunfish*
Large or Smallmouth Bass*
18 inches or larger
*The daily limit applies to the combination of these fish species. Anglers may take up to 15 bluegill or redear sunfish, not 15 of each, and anglers may take one largemouth bass or one smallmouth bass, not both.