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Berkshire Creek Nature Area

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​​​​​Overview

Berkshire Creek Nature Area is a 5.32-acre natural area containing a mature oak-hickory forest and 120 species of native plants. ​


Access​ and Parking ​

Berkshire Creek Nature Area is located off Huron Parkway behind Whole Foods and Berkshire Creek condos and is accessible to the north by Exmoor Road which ends in a cul-de-sac by the trailhead. The other end of the trail can be accessed by foot or by bike from the sidewalk along Huron River Drive. 


Park Hi​story

Berkshire Creek Nature Area was acquired by the City in 2004 to aid in the restoration of adjacent Mallett's Creek. ​


Other Resources

There are approximately 120 native species found in the park. Particularly interesting are green dragon, richweed and trillium. ​