Park managed by City of Wyoming
About Buck Creek Nature Preserve
Address: 4269 Burlingame Ave SW Wyoming, MI 49509
Buck Creek Nature Preserve is a peaceful mini getaway in the middle of the busy city.
Enjoy a short hike on the beautiful nature trails, or a walk along the paved trails.
Kids will love the water options here - a creek and a fishing pond!
Trail Difficulty: Easy
The Walking Path at Buck Creek Nature Preserve
The paved walking path starts at the parking lot and leads to adjacent Lemery Park.
It is flat and easy for all mobility levels.
It is not a loop.
Hiking Trail Details
Buck Creek Nature Preserve has a beautiful hidden walking trail.
Hikers love to see all the different wildlife along the peaceful trail - even tame deer.
Half mile of natural surfaced trail and boardwalk.
Something Unique About This Destination
The nature preserve is adjacent to two other parks - Lemery Park and Kent County's Palmer Park.
Buck Creek Nature Preserve Features
- Dog Friendly
- Fishing Pond
- Free Admission
- Good for Rollerblading
- Hiking Trails
- Lake or River
- Paved Walking Path
- Paved Bike Path
- Picnic Tables
Facilities: Pavilion and restrooms available. There is also a nature building.
Stroller-Friendly? Yes, all or most areas
Time of Year? Open all year, from dawn to dusk.