Located in the hilly northwestern corner of the county, Park Lyndon contains one of southern Michigan’s finest natural area preserves. Over 500 species of plants are found in a wide variety of habitats including fens, marshes, bogs, ponds, forest, and prairie. Two miles of marked nature trails wind through the steep, glacially sculpted hillsides, connecting to the state’s Waterloo-Pinkney Trail for a combined hiking experience of almost 50 miles.
North and South Parks are accessible from M-52 and 23 off of North Territorial. Pack a snack and hike to your hearts desire. Lyndon provides a gorgeous subject matter for snapping photos and a great spot for x-country skiing in the winter. Beautiful wetlands and glacier carved rolling hills will take you away to a place that will keep you coming back!