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- Trails - Natural Ground, Unimproved
About the Tom A. Freeman PreserveThe Freeman Preserve is mainly forested, with many beautiful mature trees, and has considerable topographic variation. Some wetlands and Kirk’s Brook, a tributary of Fleming Creek, flows through it. The Freeman Preserve's trails are connected to the trails in City of Ann Arbor's neighboring Marshall Nature Area.
- Acres: 71
- Established: 2013
- Trail Length: 2.5 miles (includes Marshall Nature Area)
DirectionsDirections: From U.S.-23, take exit 41 for Plymouth Road, head east. Turn north onto Dixboro Road The preserve can be accessed through Marshall Nature Area (owned by the City of Ann Arbor) which is the first driveway on the west (left) side of the road.
A secondary pedestrian entrance can be accessed off of Ford Road. From U.S.-23, take exit 41 for Plymouth Road, head east. Turn north onto Earhart Road Turn west (right) on Ford Road. The pedestrian entrance can be found 400 feet down Ford Road on the south side. Please do not park along Ford Road.