How Do I...Township GovernmentCommunityVisitorsBusiness
Click to Home

View all facilities

Pittsfield Preserve

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
Documents

Pittsfield Preserve Map

Features

  1. Walking/Hiking Trail
In late April, 2002, Pittsfield Charter Township completed the purchase of 535 acres of new parkland, located north of Michigan Ave., and bounded by Morgan, Marton, and Platt Road. This township acquisition, historic in both its size and richness of natural features, straddles two watershedsthe Huron River, and the Saline River, a tributary of the River Raisin. The park holds a Great Blue Heron colony of over 40 nests, a buttonbush swamp harboring threatened species, and numerous small wetlands, woods and meadows.

The new parkland surrounds the township's previously acquired P.G. Palmer Park, 39 acres of woodland, wetlands, and open field, and the Morgan Road pump station, on 20 acres of mature woods. The Park Commission is working to create a master plan for the new park, incorporating trails and nature observation, and facilities for active recreation.



Go To Search
RSSPrintEmail
FacebookTwitter