Rabbit River Nature Trail

Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 • 11 a.m.
450 East Elm St., Wayland, MI

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Wayland trail leads to scenic landscapes

The Rabbit River Nature Trail in Wayland, is over one mile long and passes through 35 acres. The trail is easily accessible and meanders through a mature forest, crossing smaller creeks leading to the edge of the Rabbit River, where it hugs the bank for nearly a half mile before winding it’s way back to the entrance. The first portion of the trail is paved, with the rest covered in crushed limestone. All along it’s course the trail offers scenic landscapes for artist to paint.

The park offers a covered picnic area, bathrooms (may be closed for winter), a drinking fountain, and benches overlooking the river.

Dogs are allowed but must be leashed.


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