It looks like we might have a real winter this year! There's nothing prettier than a pristine woodland or prairie blaketed in snow. If you haven't been to Robinson Woods lately, bundle up and come take take a quiet, serene walk though the snowy virgin and second-growth forest. Beautiful even in their leafless state, beech, oak, tulip poplar and sassafras trees abound, and you can also see the splash of red color that is winterberry, also known as Michigan Holly, scattered about.
And, be sure to check out our new trail markers along the way, featuring QR codes that link you to our new trail guide! If you have a smartphone, you can download a free QR code reader app and scan the codes on the markers to see each entry on your device. If you don't have a smartphone, you can download a hard copy of the trail guide here to bring along. We will soon have laminated copies for your use at the trailhead as well.