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Land Protected > Preserves > Draper Wood River Preserve

Why it is a Conservation Priority
The Draper Wood River Preserve, completed in 2007, ties together many past river and riparian projects in the heart of Hailey by protecting 80 acres and 1/2 mile of Big Wood River frontage. The trade with the State of Idaho, which created the preserve, also included a 40-acre parcel that became a link for further river protection and public access downstream when the 103-acre Preserve at Colorado Gulch conservation agreement was donated at the end of the year.

What To Do And See:
An ideal close-to-home area to view over 48 bird species and catch a glimpse of
local wildlife.

Visiting Draper Wood River Preserve:
Draper Wood River Preserve can be accessed by either of two Hailey entrances.  Cedar Bend Entrance:  Turn west on Cedar St in South Hailey and park near the entrance on the right side of the road.  China Garden Main Entrance:  Turn west on Elm St in Hailey and continue to Aspen Dr.  Turn left on Aspen Dr and park at the entrance on the right side of the road.

Restoration & Education Goals:

Draper Wood River Preserve Media Links:

Other Preserves
• Blue Grouse Preserve
• Boxcar Bend Preserve
• Church Farm
• Cowcatcher Ridge
• Draper Wood River Preserve
• Howard Preserve Project
• Independence Creek Preserve
• Lake Creek Preserve
• Neher Preserve
• Peach Creek Preserve
• Porcupine Creek
• Rock Creek Ranch
• Sheep Bridge Canyon
• Square Lake Preserve
• Timbered Dome
Watershed: Big Wood River Made possible by:
Acreage Protected: 80
Public Access: yes
fishing access
wildlife viewing
stream, river or pond water
walking trails
picnic area
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