Maryfield Wildwood Park


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Maryfield Wildwood Park is a 4.55 ​acre neighborhood park between Westwood Avenue, Linwood Avenue and Maryfield Drive, just north of Dexter Avenue on the city's west side. View the Ann Arbor Parks and Nature Areas map​ for location context. The west side of the park contains a play area, half basketball court, picnic tables and benches, a volleyball net, a water fountain, and a backstop for baseball or softball with open grass fields.

The park features a wooded ravine with a trail running through the center that connects to Wildwood Street. Wooden stairs​ provide​ access to the ravine from Wildwood Street. The trail is also accessible from the mowed park area on the west side of the park. The park contains two separate undeveloped parcels, one across from the ravine stairs entrance on Wildwood Avenue and one ​at the corner of Arbana Drive and Linwood Avenue across from Hannah Nature Area​. The park is also a short walk from Miller Nature Area and Wellington Park​.

Park Notices

Unless otherwise posted per City Council resolution, when a park is closed, no person shall remain in or enter it other than to quietly sit or walk.​

Refer to Chapter 39 of the City of Ann Arbor Code of Ordinances for park regulations and rules.

Park Hours

6 a.m. – 10 p.m.​



Drinking Fountain




Grass Field


Landfill Bins


Half Basketball Court


Unpaved Trail


Picnic Tables


Volleyball Net


Bike Racks


Baseball & Softball Backstop



Access and Parking

There is street parking on Maryfield Drive, Westwood Avenue​Linwood Avenue​ and Wildwood Avenue. Pay attention to posted signs about parking rules, parking is only allowed on one side of the street on Westwood and Maryfield.​

The park is accessible on foot and bicycle by walking and riding through the neighborhood streets. There is a bike rack near the playground. There are bike lanes on nearby Dexter Avenue.​

Public Transportation

The nearest stop is on Dexter Avenue, les​s than a five minute walk from the park. Check out TheRide Gu​ide​ ​for mo​re details.​



Ann Arbor's city parks sit on the ancestral and traditional homelands​ of several indigenous Native peoples. Read a land acknowledgement​​ from the city and learn more a​bout the early history of the land here.​​

In 2001, the wooden staircase that leads down to the ravine was built and dedicated to Bruce Folske


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