The Ponemah Bog Sanctuary features a 3-acre pond surrounded by a floating sphagnum mat, all encircled by oak and pitch pine woods. The bog is in a kettle hole created by the retreat of the glaciers.
Classic bog plants such as leatherleaf, bog laurel and tamarack grow here.
You can also find insect-eating plants; pitcher plants, sundews and bladderworts.
A trail, a boardwalk and a viewing platform allow you to get a close-up view of life in the bog.