Reed’s Pigeon River

Size: 110 acres

Frontage: A mile along the Pigeon River

Land Description: Property is a mix of wooded and open terrain that has been managed to encourage wildlife.

Trails: Roughly 1 ¼ miles of trails. Kayaking or canoeing require a short portage, but this preserve can be a drop off or take out point along the Pigeon River.

History: Donated by Lois Ann Reed in 2007.

Directions: From Indian River, head east on M-68 six miles to Afton Road and turn right. Continue on Afton Road south for three miles. Turn left onto Pigeon River Road. The preserve will be approximately half a mile down on your right with rustic parking.

Check out the plants and animals found at this preserve using the iNaturalist guide below. Help us document more with iNaturalist.org and eBird.org!