ACORN TRAIL – 2 MILES
This trail leads hikers along bushy areas near the Huron River and through densely wooded areas laden with flowering dogwood trees in the spring. This nature trail provides visitors with an opportunity to observe wildlife and plants in their various habitats. Meander the trails to find spring wildflowers, like spring beauty, carpeting the forest floor, or be in search of birds, such as the pileated woodpecker, ducking in and out of the trees. Come back in winter to enjoy the crisp, fresh air as you discover tracks in the freshly fallen snow. Traverse the two-mile aggregate trail with minimal elevation changes year-round.
Know before you go: Occasionally woodland trails may be blocked with debris such as fallen tree limbs. Nature trails are not cleared or salted in the winter and may be snow-covered, slippery or muddy. Pets, bicycles and running are not permitted on the nature trails.
Click here to view Acorn Trail Guide.