The Frame Little Calumet Conservation Area (shown in white) is located seven miles from Michigan City and one-half mile from the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Heron Rookery Unit (shown in yellow)  and is accessed via County Line Road (on the east).  It lies directly adjacent to the new DNR Game Bird Area, Reynolds Creek Game Bird Habitat Area (shown in red).

The Carol Cook Wetland Overlook  is located in 582 E. 1200 N Lat. 41.583137, Lon. -86.989018. From 80, exit on State Rd 49 south, to Indian Boundary Rd. Turn LEFT (East) and drive to Brummit Rd. Turn RIGHT (south) and drive about 1/2 mile to 1st road on left (1225 N) Turn Left (east) on 1225 N. The road will turn south and then east again. It is now 1200 N. Continue on 1200N to 4-way stop at 575 E.  Continue East 200 ft. The IWLA-PCC Carol Cook Wetland Overlook is on your right.  The address is 582 E. 1200 N (Burdick Rd.)

The Massauga Creek Unit of the Little Calumet Conservation Area land was donated to the PCC IWLA as mitigation for an adjacent unauthorized wetland fill as required by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C.) The parcel is primarily wetland and reduces runoff by storing water.