Where Conservation Meets Preservation
WHERE CONSERVATION MEETS PRESERVATION
Established in 1998, the Norma Johnson Center consists of 303 acres of land with three different trails in east central Ohio. Ownership of the land is divided between the Tuscarawas County Commissioners Office and the Tuscarawas County Soil and Water Conservation District, and it is overseen by the Norma Johnson Center Board Foundation.
This nature center is open from dawn until dusk every day. While we are a membership supported organization, entry is free and open to the public.
VISIt US TODAY
Our three main trails are open to the public year round, from dawn until dusk. The Johnson Loop is off Hidden Hollow Lane. Most of our programs occur in the Conservation Loop, off Conservation Drive, near the red barn. The Preservation Loop which begins by the yellow pole barn, is across from the Newpointe Group Church.