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Weatherbee Woods Preserve

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Weatherbee Woods Trail Map (PDF)

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  1. Birdwatching
  2. Parking
  3. Trails - Natural Ground, Unimproved

About Weatherbee Woods Preserve

The northern portion of the preserve is mainly wooded and adjoins Schroeter Park, a facility owned by Superior Township. Its high quality landscape contains significant plant diversity, including upland woodlots and a hardwood swamp. A perennial stream cuts through the steeply sloped topography.
  • Acres: 84
  • Established: 2012
  • Trail Length: 1.4 miles (includes Shroeter Park trails)
Weatherbee Woods Preserve is operated by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission and was purchased through the Natural Areas Preservation Program. 

Ellen Weatherbee

This preserve is named for Ellen Weatherbee a local naturalist, who - along with the Superior Land Preservation Society - was instrumental in the protection of this property.


Directions: From M-14, take exit 10 for Ford Road Immediately turn east on Plymouth Road Take Plymouth for 2 miles, then turn south (right) onto Berry Road, turn east on Warren Road (the first intersection). The preserve is accessed through Schroeter Park 0.2 miles down the road on the south side.