The scenic marshland environment is located 1.5 miles west of Hwy 110, at the intersection of Shangri La Point and Ryf Roads (Map it). Approximately 55 acres in size, this marsh offers excellent waterfowl viewing and wildflower displays, particularly in the spring.
In addition, the preserve is a unique area because it is a four-tiered wetland, a rare habitat type in this area. Plants ranging from submerged aquatics to upland woody vegetation are found in the preserve. At the current time, there is no good way to provide public access to the site, and parking is done along road edges, which are often moist.