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Parker Mill County Park

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Other Link Parker Mill County Park Homepage


  1. Benches
  2. Bicycles Allowed
  3. Bike Racks
  4. Birdwatching
  5. Dogs Allowed (except on the Hoyt G. Post Trail)
  6. Fishing (license required)
  7. Historic Site
  8. Landscape Gardens
  9. Non-motorized Vehicles Allowed
  10. Observation Platform
  11. Parking
  12. Picnic Shelter
  13. Picnic Tables
  14. Restrooms (may be seasonal)
  15. Trails - Natural Ground, Unimproved
  16. Trails - Paved

Parker Mill County Park

Parker Mill County Park is named for the historic Parker Mill (1873), consisting of a grist mill and cider mill, which was operated by the Parker family until 1958. The mill is open for public tours on Sundays in the fall. Although the mill is its defining feature, the park offers an extensive trail network that lets visitors explore the forested banks of Fleming Creek to its confluence with the Huron River. Please visit Parker Mill County Park's homepage for more information.

The park can be accessed via the Border to Border Trail (B2B) on the east end of Gallup Park and visitors can travel through Parker Mill County Park to connect between the B2B and the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Trail (MBGT).

Facility Highlights

  • Historic Parker Mill
  • Historic Log Cabin
  • Hoyt G. Post Trail (boardwalk)
  • Nature Trails
  • Paved trails that connect to the B2B and MBGT