Kitty Todd Preserve is off I-475 exit 8, 3.7 mi. w. on SR 2, .7 mi. n. on Crissy Rd., then 1.5 mi. w. to 10420 Old State Line Rd. The 900-acre preserve was established in 1972 to safeguard one of the most diverse regions of oak openings, characterized by stands of scattered oak trees and treeless wet prairies. Several rare animal species are found here, such as the state endangered lark sparrow, the badger, the elusive spotted turtle and various butterflies.
Tended gardens display native flowers and plants. Nature trails are on the grounds.