1299 Wadhams Rd.
Ranger Station: (810) 329-7129
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
The 220 acres of this preserve offer wooded wilderness, valleys, rolling hills and a small flowing river. Just five miles east is the St. Clair River, one of the busiest waterways in the world. Visit nearby Port Huron, the boyhood home of Thomas Edison, and explore the Museum of Arts and History. The preserve is only one hour away from the world-renowned Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
Campsites: 80 full hookups, 70 power and water only, overflow sites.
Rentals: 13 trailers.
Adult center, basketball court, cross-country skiing, extended vacation sites, family center, game room, horseshoe pits, ice skating, laundry facilities, mini-golf, nature trails, playground, shuffleboard, sledding, swimming pool, trading post, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
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GPS Coordinates: N 42° 51' 58.30" W 82° 33' 25.94"; elevation N/A.
From Detroit: Take I-94 northeast toward Port Huron, traveling about 50 miles from downtown Detroit. Take Exit 262 (Wadhams Rd.), turn and cross over I-94. The preserve entrance is on your right, immediately after crossing the highway.
From Port Huron/Sarnia, Ontario: Via the Blue Water Bridge, take I-94 southwest toward Detroit, traveling about 12 miles to Wadhams Rd, Exit 262. Turn right onto Wadhams Rd. and make an immediate right into the preserve.
From Flint: Take I-69 east to Port Huron and I-94. Take I-94 southwest, traveling about 9 miles to Wadhams Rd., Exit 262. Turn right onto Wadhams Rd. and make an immediate right into the preserve.
Alternate Driving Directions From Flint: Take I-69 East toward Port Huron. Take Wadhams Road South about 9 miles to preserve entrance on your left.
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