Bauervic Woods Park is in an adorable 41-acre park in Southfield, Michigan. It is tucked away in the middle of the woods on the south side of 9 Mile Road just west of Evergreen. As a matter of fact, this park offers two play areas to accommodate different age groups. The larger structure is designed for older children, specifically for ages 5 to 12. It offers children the opportunity to climb, swing, slide, and jump while burning off some extra energy. The tall twirly slide together with the stepping stones were two of the popular features. In addition to the large structure, the park also has a toddler structure designed for younger children. Park-goers can also enjoy picnic areas and hiking trails.
The dirt hiking trail is a 1.1-mile loop that offers guests the opportunity to see many of the animals that call the park home, such as raccoons, hawks, owls, squirrels, and many birds. In addition to wildlife, seasonal wildflowers make the trail and interesting place to visit.
Bauervic Woods Park Hours
Open daily from dawn until dusk.
At the present time, entry to this neighborhood park is free.
Bauervic Woods Park Summary
Play Elements: large three-story play structure together with many other balance and climbing structures.
Surface: grass as well as wood chips
Unique Features: 1.1-mile wooded walking trail
Drinking Fountain: no
Picnic Tables: yes
Sports Fields: none
Walking Trails: unpaved walking trail
Tot Play Structure. yes
Fenced in: no
Seating: wooden benches
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Other Parks in Southfield, Michigan
Bauervic Woods Park
Beech Woods Park
Burgh Historical Park
Carpenter Lake Nature Preserve
Civic Center Park
John Grace Park & Community Center
John R. Miller Park
Lahser Woods Park
Mary Thompson House & Farm
Pebble Creek Park
Stratford Woods Commons
Valley Woods Nature Preserve
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