Holliday

Nature Preserve Association

 
Home

Our newsletters

Preserve maps

Preserve photos

Helpful websites

Membership application

Contact us

Rouge Rescue 2012 slideshow video

Holliday Preserve
Rules

 

The six maps below show the Preserve. Please click on a maps for a larger (and printable) view.

A Note about the trails:

HNPA is a small group of volunteers who find beauty and value in the Holliday Preserve and work to maintain it as best a small group of volunteers can. That said, please keep in mind:

  • Preserve trail system is not maintained by Wayne County Parks. What work you see has been done by volunteers.  The boardwalks are generally Eagle Scout projects done in conjunction with HNPA and Wayne County Parks.

  • Preserve trail system is not always marked.

  • Preserve trail system is not always easy to follow across its length and non-authorized trails can make the trail system more confusing.

  • Preserve trail maps do not reflect the true condition of trails or bridges.

  • Preserve trail system requires many volunteers to regularly do hard work. Want to help improve the Preserve and its trails? Then join us!

A complete map of the  Preserve. The four sections of the Preserve are shown below from east to west.

The Ellsworth section of the Preserve. The entrance is near the Nankin Mills Picnic area and across Hines Drive from the Interpretative Center.
 The Cowan/Central City Parkway section of the Preserve. The parking lot is off of Central City Parkway, west of Wayne Road and just north of the Westland Shopping Center.
The Newburgh section of the Preserve. The small parking lot is immediately off of Newburgh Road, just north of Warren Road.

The Koppernick section of the Preserve. The parking lot is accessible from Koppernick Road, west off Hix Road and approx. 1/2 mile north of Warren Road.

Color enhanced view of the Holliday Nature Preserve. An aerial photo helps illustrate how narrow and vulnerable the Preserve is with all the surrounding development.