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This undeveloped reservation once housed the city of Oberlin's water supply and was known as the Kipton Reservoir. The current reservation is now used for horseback riding along unimproved trails that loop around the old reservoir. The trails were created and are maintained by the Erie and Lorain County chapters of the Ohio Horse Council. This is a primitive area, and there are no restroom facilities. Picnicking is prohibited.
The name given to the area comes from one of the previous owners of the property. His daughter, named Princess, liked to play on the sandstone ledges located on the property, thus the name "Princess Ledges." The beautiful ledges on the site become a fascinating site in the winter, as ice forms from springs flowing from the rock formations. This area is heavily wooded and offers an abundance of wildlife and wildflowers.

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