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Stone School Park

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​Stone School Park is a 5 acre park adjacent to Stone School, at the intersection of Packard and Stone School Roads. Access is from the school parking area.

Most notably, a large collection of archaeological artifacts has been collected from this area and is now housed at the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. The artifacts include chipped stone tools, polished stones, and potsherds. Some wetlands are in this area, which support frog populations during the spring and summer.

Click here to view a printable map of Stone School Park (pdf)

Click here to link to Natural Area Preservation (NAP) website