Howland Township Park–Wetland Trail
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Tips for birding Howland Township Park
The original and more extensive wetland trail starts behind the pavilion at the northwest corner of the park. After a short distance, it crosses Anderson Avenue Northeast and continues for over a mile to North River Road. Anderson Avenue ends at a small complex that includes the dog pound. It is a good idea to walk out Anderson Avenue toward the sound of barking and check the wetland on either side of the road before continuing on the wetland trail. With the exception of a small boardwalk, the trail is unpaved and normally wet and muddy in places; waterproof footwear is highly recommended.
From Carole Gobert
About Howland Township Park
Howland Township Park encompasses 172 acres centrally located in the township. The park provides recreational areas for many family and sporting events throughout the year. The Howland Boardwalk Nature Trail is adjacent to the park and provides easy access to scenic walking trails.
From Howland Township Park webpage
There are several permanent restroom facilities in the park.