Jutting down into Lake Huron, this preserve includes the rich diversity that typifies northern Lake Huron: sand and gravel beach, limestone cobble shore, boreal forest, rich conifer swamp, emerging marsh, and coastal fen. The land lies within a significant migration corridor centered on the St. Mary’s River.
A two-track road, Point Road, runs through the preserve to private land on the tip of the peninsula and is open to foot traffic. A small parking area is available at the end of Point Road.
This preserve was anonymously donated to Little Traverse Conservancy in 2011.
From De Tour, head south one mile on M-134. Turn left onto Point Road. Drive 0.6 mile to the parking area.