Monday, September 22, 2008

Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills Nature Park is the first park with nature trails I ever visited, and it might still be my favorite. This park is all nature, all the time. It has 74 acres of quiet nature trails. You can go here and be at total peace. You can see all sorts of plants and animals here, including a few deer.

The park has a beautiful pond in the back, where ducks and geese love to hang out. I've seen turtles, frogs, fish, and crayfish swimming around in the pond. There is a creek, and a river, where you can look at from the nice little bridges that cross them both.

You will see wildflowers of all sorts, and different types of fruit trees. This is the place for you, if you want to see nature in action. There is so much to see here, that anyone interested in an everyday adventure of their very own has to go look around. What a great place. I can't describe it here as well as your mind can, when you see it for yourself. Take a look; it truly is a wonderful place.

It's located in Farmington Hills, Michigan on Farmington Road just south of I-696. Go here for directions and more info.

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