At a Glance
- Approximate Street Address: 12589 36th Street, Lowell, MI
- Located near Lowell, the B.D. White Nature Preserve is a natural landscape legacy. With rolling terrain, a cold water stream, and a meandering trail, the preserve provides habitat for a multitude of wildlife and serves as a natural area for people to enjoy and learn.
- Trail length: 1.1 miles. (See Trail Map)
- Before you visit, check out our preserve guidelines. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
A small parking area is located off of 36th Street, about a quarter-mile east of Alden Nash. Look for a preserve sign marking the entrance.
Bradford Dickinson White Nature Preserve is a Category 2 LCWM nature preserve. Category 2 preserves may have limited parking or shorter trail systems. Most trails can be hiked in 30 minutes or less.
The trail leads hikers through tall stands of pine and majestic oak-hickory forests, providing panoramic glimpses of the wetland below. Though it’s close to Lowell, visitors often comment on the solitude and wilderness feel of the preserve. There are no restrooms at this preserve.