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R.E. Olds Anderson Rotary Barn

Sitting on the Grand River with more than a mile of shoreline, Woldumar maintains over 5 miles of trails on over 180 acres of Maple and Beech woodland, tall grass prairie, and a pine plantation snuggled along 1.25 miles of the Grand River. Trails are open 365 days each year - we invite you to hike or ski on them anytime between dawn and dusk! The Visitors Center is a good place to start, and enriches your visit with a variety of interpretive displays as well as a Gift Shop.

Each summer, Woldumar operates a summer program, Camp Discovery, which serves approximately 600 children, ages 4-16. We are grateful to the many partners who help make this possible, including Capital Area Community Services Inc, the Capital Area United Way, the RE Olds Foundation, and the Garden Club of Greater Lansing. In addition, our break camps, school program field trips, and community outreach serve over 25,000 children and adults every year.

Woldumar is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that attracts approximately 25,000 visitors every year. We continue to exist because of the support of our faithful members, energetic volunteers and treasured donors.

We are also grateful to our corporate and non-profit partners for their support.