Wind through several habitats

The Sam Graham Trees is a special collection of trees native to the state of Michigan. These trees are in their natural ecosystems, in restored versions of native ecosystems, or in groupings that simulate how these trees are typically found in the wild.

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Wetlands, forests, and swamps

This unique trail winds through several different types of habitat. Beginning in the wetlands, you’ll walk through floodplain forest and along a tamarack swamp.

The Helen V. Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden links the lower wetlands to the higher, drier ecosystems. In the uplands you will find oak woodland, oak savanna, and a pine-aspen loop.