Explore the natural resources found at Woldumar on our 5 miles of trails through 178 acres of maple and beech woodlands, pine plantation, wetlands and tall grass prairie, snuggled along 1.25 miles of accessible Grand River shoreline. All trails are easily hiked, ranging up to 1.6 miles long. Trails are not groomed in winter but are open for cross- country skiing and snowshoeing.
Begin your trek from our Visitor’s Center – a Trail Mapis available at the Visitor’s Center, at the Trail Head, and on-line for your convenience.
Parking is available in the designated parking lot near the Visitor’s center. The curved drive on the far south side of the lot is reserved for short-term parking only.
Days/times for trail access
Trails are open dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.
A $2 donation is suggested for all non-members who wish to use our trails.
Woldumar Nature Center seeks to protect a vital natural environment, not only for all the wildlife and plant species that live here, but for generations of families seeking a connection with the natural world. Please help us in our preservation efforts by following these simple rules:
- Stay on the trails and enjoy everything in its natural setting. Do not take anything home with you. Leave all items such as flowers, leaves, or rocks in place for others to enjoy! Feel free to snap a photo if you want to remember it well enough to identify it after you get home.
- Carry any trash out with you after walking on the trails. Trash receptacles are available for your convenience near the Visitor Center.
- Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the Woldumar campus, including the parking lot. This includes all forms of tobacco use and e-cigarettes.
- Do not take food and cans/bottles of beverage on the trails. Designated picnic areas are provided near the Visitor’s Center. Alcohol consumption is not allowed anywhere on the Woldumar campus except during special events.
- Cross-country skiing or snowshoeing is allowed on the trails when the snow cover is adequate.
- Bicycles, skateboards and rollerblades are not allowed on the trails. Bicycles may be secured near the Visitor’s Center.
- Motorized vehicles are not allowed on the trails.
- Dogs must always be on a leash that does not exceed 6 ft. Please pick up your dog waste.