A peaceful walk to the River Raisin through a wetland habitat. This preserve is a great place to look for birds, turtles, and muskrats.
The observation deck provides a great place to sit back and take in the sounds of nature.
- Scenery – 3
- Trail Condition – 3
- Quite/Solitude – 5
- Difficulty – 1
- Overall – 3
This park is a great place to take your children to explore the wet grassland riparian area along the slow-moving River Raisin. The walk is easy and it is not too far to the river banks from the parking lot. Fans of trains will get a great kick out of seeing the remnants of the abandoned rail line where it crosses the river.
A wide variety of birds, turtles, and river animals inhabit the area.
Where is this?
|Address||12639 Allen Road, Clinton, MI|
|Trail Length||1 Mile Loop|
|Highlights||Remnants of a railroad trestle that was part of the Clinton Branch of the Michigan Southern Railroad|
|Access||Unpaved Parking Lot|
|Accessibility||The trail is well mowed, but not improved|
|Best time to visit||Spring and Summer|