Sycamore Land Trust

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Tangeman Woods

Red-shouldered hawk at Tangeman Woods. Photo by Jeff Danielson.

Red-shouldered hawk at Tangeman Woods. Photo by Jeff Danielson.

Tangeman Woods is a beautiful mixed hardwood forest with intermittent creeks. The Outdoor Lab nature trail, created by the Bartholomew County Soil and Water Conservation District in the 1970s, is still used for school field trips, including those conducted by Sycamore’s Environmental Education Program.

County: Bartholomew (west of Columbus, across SR 46 from Sycamore’s Touch the Earth Natural Area)

Features: Diverse tree species, fall colors

Donated by: Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation; named in memory of Clementine Tangeman, a past owner of the property and sister of Irwin Miller

Tangeman Woods trail mapAcres: 32

Year acquired: 2007

Trail: moderate, 0.6 mile

Directions to Tangeman Woods

  • From the intersection of SR 46 and Country Club Rd, go north on Country Club and turn left onto Old Nashville Rd.
  • Parking is available at the fire department: be sure not to block their garage.


Tangeman Woods and the Touch the Earth Natural Area on Google Maps