Woodland Park and Nature Preserve is open all year long for you to enjoy. The Woodland Park and Nature Preserve has miles of trails set in a wonderful, natural habitat at your convenience! The Park welcomes:
- cross-country skiers
- dog walkers
- and anyone who wants to enjoy the psychological benefits of being in nature!
The Park is a great place to bond with your pet! From leisurely walks to sled-dog training, the Park is here for you to enjoy. We ask that all dogs be on a leash at all times, and that you clean up after your family pet. Both trail heads have trash containers.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
For more information on geocaching and the coordinates for geocaches hidden at the Park, please visit www.geocaching.com. The Park’s zip code is 49015 to help search. Several caches can be found throughout the Park. Caches were placed by the public, not members of the Park Committee, but are listed here because they maybe of interest to visitors.
Letterboxing is a similar hobby using clues instead of GPS coordinates to find secret boxes. Individual letterboxes contain a notebook and a rubber stamp, preferably hand carved or custom made. Finders make an imprint of the letterbox’s stamp in their personal notebook, and leave an impression of their personal signature stamp on the letterbox’s “visitors’ book” or “logbook” — as proof of having found the box and letting other letterboxers know who has visited.
For more information on Letterboxing and the clues for letterboxes hidden at the Park, please visit www.letterboxing.org. Letterboxes were placed by the public, not members of the Park Committee, but are listed here because they maybe of interest to visitors.