Johnson Ridge State Nature Preserve is a 208-acre site with second-growth oak-hickory woods and deep ravines covering most of this preserve. The most interesting sections are the prairie barren openings dominated by blackjack and post oaks.
Some of the more significant species present in the prairie barren openings include green milkweed, spider milkweed, prairie false indigo, large summer bluets, false scurf-pea, Carolina buckthorn and few-flowered nut-rush.
- Open 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset
- Stay on designated trails
- Pets are not permitted
- No restrooms
1.2 mile hiking trail