University of Michigan Stinchfield Woods

    Welcome to Stinchfield Woods! Over 700 Acres of a gorgeous nature study area in Washtenaw County. The University of Michigan owns this property and the woods also contains the Peach Mountain Observatory. Peach Mountain invites you to walk and listen.  This is a beautiful place to enjoy peace and quiet in a natural setting.  Spring flowers are a beautiful sight each year as they bloom in the Spring. Interested in finding properties located near Stinchfield Woods in Ann Arbor, Michigan or Dexter, MI? Please click here! The property is owned by the University of Michigan and managed by the Natural Resources and Environment – University of Michigan.  Peach Mountain is located within Stinchfield Woods. Interested in reading more about Peach Mountain north of Dexter MI? Please Click Here! The original body of land was acquired in two parcels resulting in over 320 acres back in 1925. Since than, the area was expanded and the property was able to do so with funds donated to the University of Michigan in memory of the Stinchfield brothers, Jacob and Charles. This land was named after them as they are descendants of the many lumberman that harvested Northern Michigan’s White Pine. For more information on Stinchfield Woods please click here! 

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    The University Lowbrow Astronomers welcomes all Lowbrow members and guests from the public to book Open Houses here, click here to see available dates, where you have the ability to view the stars, planets, and other amazing creations through the club’s 24″ and club members’ telescopes! Interested in Open Houses at Peach Mountain Observatory? Click Here to View Details! 

     

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    Locals love to admire mother nature as she continues to amaze us with the gorgeous plants flourishing at Stinchfield. You will not stop talking about how beautiful the stars looked – This is truly an amazing experience! Please note to be careful of the thorny rose bush that was planted to create a maintenance-free fence along Stinchfield Woods property. Often times the prickly shrub will grow into the walkways so be aware of where you are walking – Volunteers and the Natural Resources and Environment are doing their best to give attention to the invading stems. Want to stay up to date with all the events and renovations happening in Stinchfield Woods? Click here to follow them on twitter!

     

     

     

    Rules for Public Access Use of Woods Include:

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    School of Natural Resources and Environment. (2015). Retrieved February 11, 2016, from http://www.snre.umich.edu/facilities/stinchfield_woods

     

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