Historic Bundy Hill is one of our newest preserves, possibly the grandest at 100 acres of glacial moraine and the highest point in the county. In celebration, the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy and the Remus Area Historical Society are partnering with Mount Pleasant area businesses such as Motorless Motion, and Art Reach of Mid Michigan, to join in commemorating this beloved treasure of community history with special storefront exhibits. Topping off this summertime historic display is a Grand Community Celebration held Saturday, August 19 from 3 p.m. to Sunset at Bundy Hill Preserve, featuring music, food, and naturalist-led explorations of the hillsides of Bundy. Bring your own lawn chairs for seating and enjoying the food and the music. A Sunset hike to “Watch from the Top” begins at 8 p.m. from the trailhead. We dedicate Bundy Hill Preserve to the community, as one of the CWC’s newest and largest nature preserves. We want to thank everyone who made this preserve possible.
Bundy Hill Preserve is located on W. River Road between Rolland and Sherman Roads, Broomfield Township, Michigan. See http://www.chippewawatershedconservancy.org/bundy-hill-wakelin-kathleen-mcneel-preserve/ for directions.
Please call 989.772.5777 M-F for more information.