Parks and Recreation
Of the fur bearing mammals in Washtenaw County—what type is the only one that can grow a white winter coat? Is the smallest carnivore in Michigan? Can wrap its body around its prey like a constricting snake? The answer is a weasel!
One of the most beautiful properties in the County’s parks system is poised to become even more exceptional. Sharon Mills County Park, located in southwest Washtenaw County, is known for its elegant, Greek-revival mill and picturesque setting along the River Raisin.
Have you ridden the Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) through Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor? How about the newest segments in the Dexter Area (Hudson Mills and, soon to be, Dexter-Huron Metroparks)?