Blue Sky Reflectiions at Waterworks
Launch Your Kayak Here
Kayaking Two Lick
Fall at the Wetlands
Two Lick Water Trail
A Touch of Snow at Two Lick Creek
Blue vervain is a colorful wildflower that is a mid-summer bloomer at the wetlands area of the Waterworks Conservation Area.
Summer Clouds at Waterworks
Late evening is a good time to visit the Waterworks Conservation Area. The setting sun to the west offers a backdrop to cloud formations that reflect in Two Lick Creek.
Free is Good
This pavilion at the Waterworks Conservation Area is available on a first-come first serve basis. it holds about 40 people and includes a large group size grill. No electric here but free is good.
Early Summer on the Two Lick
Waterworks Conservation Area, June 5, 2015
Honoring the Life and Legacy of R.W. Wehrle
This marker for Indiana County naturalist, R.W. Wehrle, is located at the Waterworks Conservation Area.
Life of Wehrle
This marker at Waterworks Conservation Area commemorates the life and legacy of Indiana County Naturalist, R.W. Wehrle.
Group Hike at Waterworks
Spiny Softshell Turtle
This female Spiny Softshell Turtle was just getting ready to dig a nest to lay eggs when we came across it on a pathway at Waterworks.
Waterworks Conservation Area Entrance