To protect the environmentally sensitive habitat and rare species at JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary, it
is not open to the public except with prior permission from Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy. Thank you
for understanding and helping protect this important part of Loudoun County’s natural heritage.
JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary is an 89-acre natural area of forests and meadows dotted with vernal pools located near the town of Lucketts. Owned by Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, the sanctuary provides a unique setting for education and citizen science.
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s vision for the JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary is to forever preserve and enhance its globally rare wetlands by protecting the sensitive vernal pools, unique geological setting, and its rich amphibian and wildlife populations. Additionally, to serve as a model and catalyst to conserve adjacent lands and to create an ecologically significant sanctuary for the conservation and study of native wildlife and flora there and to educate others in their value.
Use the links below to learn more.