Walnut Creek and the more than 25 streams that flow into it from springs in the Preserve are all part of the Green River Watershed. Walnut Creek flows more than two miles through the Preserve. The large waterfall that stands at the southwestern corner of the tract is an eloquent symbol of the role that water plays here. At the eastern end of the 2,100-acre tract is a well stocked 4 acre lake, 20 feet deep at its dam. Trails along Walnut Creek and its tributaries connect these natural amenities and provide hours of hiking, jogging and riding opportunities.