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Baker Woods Preserve

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Documents

Baker Woods Preserve Trail Map (PDF)

Other Link Interactive Map

Features

  1. Bike Racks
  2. Parking
  3. Trails - Natural Ground, Unimproved

About Baker Woods Preserve

Baker Woods Preserve has a mixture of upland woods and some open meadows. Some of the oak trees on the property have likely been growing since the early 1800s. Another attractive site feature is Mill Creek, which traverses the property from north to south. The creek banks are in good condition and the creek itself is well shaded by adjacent vegetation. The site has a varied topography with especially steep slopes along the course of the creek. A parking lot and trails for public access were constructed in 2014.
  • Acres: 70
  • Established: 2012
  • Trail Length: 1.10 miles
Baker Woods Preserve is operated by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission and was purchased through the Natural Areas Preservation Program

Directions

Directions: From I-94, take exit 162 for Old US-12/Jackson Road, head west. Take an immediate right turn (north) onto Fletcher Road, then turn east (right) onto Trinkle Road The preserve entrance is on the north side of the road after 0.68 miles; at the bottom of a hill, just past a small bridge.