Kuebler Langford Nature AreaCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: Ann Arbor, MI 48103, USA, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Trail, Family And Kids, Nature
The Kuebler Langford Nature Area is located on the inner curving banks of the meandering Huron river and has a highly varying topography that makes this a loved hiking spot. The area covers more than 30 acres with trails that connect to the Bird Hills Park. A ravine is seen bisecting the park and a small prairie area with a beautiful woodland area, make a walk here interesting enough to keep you going for an hour or so. Notice the white oaks and the witch-hazel shrubs in the area during your walks and don’t forget to click a few pictures of the beautiful views all around.
Kuebler Langford Nature Area Travel Tips
- Carry bottled drinking water and wear study shoes.
- Try and visit the place during the day.
How to Reach Kuebler Langford Nature Area
- By Bus: Pontiac + Starwick (3.22 kilometers away)
- By Taxi
- On foot
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Kuebler Langford Nature Area Reviews & Ratings
Really nice. One of the best parks in the area.
Tiny trucks for life!
It’s time to clean up the Superfund site near this previously gorgeous park. Citizens, make Kuebler Corp. clean up the pollution in the air and in the water near this “nature reserve.”
Nice place to just relax
If you are a runner in Ann Arbor, check this space out. It is possible to string together a 5-7 mile route starting at Argo, looping up to the Barton Nature Area, then Bird Hill/Kuebler and ending through Bandemer. This became my absolute favorite run in town. In the summer, it's nice because of the birds, trees and hills. In the winter, it's absolute peace and quite when you are running the stretch through Bird Hill.