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A dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday, October 10th for the many recent improvements that have been made to Taylor Road Park, including a new parking lot, nature trails, viewing areas, and identification markers.
Projects supported by: The Lenawee Chapter of Pheasants Forever, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, the Lenawee County Parks Commission, and anonymous donors.
2060 W. Taylor Rd Franklin Twp. MI
**Current State of Michigan health safety guidelines including masks and social distancing will be followed.
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Lenawee County Parks provide recreational, social, and cultural opportunities; while leading in the preservation, conservation, restoration, and promotion of the natural, scenic, and historical resources of Lenawee County.
County parks are open 8:00 a.m. to dusk from Memorial weekend through Labor Day; unless otherwise stated. Prior to the regular season, the parks will be opened on weather permitting weekends.
Our parks may be off the beaten path; but they are well worth a trip to explore our county’s natural resources.
Primitive park with a trail system throughout for hiking, biking and cross country skiing, an engineered flood pond for natural habitat designed in cooperation with the DNR and wildlife organizations, tree and plant identification markers, and native plantings in the open oak area.