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Mary Beth Doyle Park

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​Mary Beth Doyle Park is an 81.4-acre park with four entrances: one is located off Packard just east of Cobblestone Farm on the South side of the street, one at the end of Birch Hollow Road off Stone School Road, one at the end of Verle, and a pedestrian I-94 overpass entrance from Plainview Court and Braeburn Circle. There is limited parking at Packard and Birch Hollow. The park contains one of Ann Arbor’s disc golf courses that traverses the entire park. Mary Beth Doyle Park also contains a play area with a very long slide, a basketball court, open fields, a neighborhood ball field, picnic tables, and benches. An unpaved trail meanders along Mallets Creek and through the woods and wetlands. An asphalt bicycle/walking trail connects to each of the activities and entrances. The pond, owned by the Washtenaw County Drain Commission, is a great area for wildlife viewing.