Experience adventure by choice or by chance in the Mt. Pleasant area.
Experience adventure by choice or by chance. With more than 1,000 acres of parkland and 18 preserves, the Mt. Pleasant area is filled with opportunities to unplug. Home to Isabella County’s tallest point and Michigan’s laziest river, the area’s county and city parks, preserves and recreation centers offer a variety of fun for both indoor and outdoor enthusiasts.
Must sees & dos list
Deerfield Nature Park, Pure Michigan’s most beautiful place in Isabella County
Bundy Hill Preserve, home to Isabella County’s tallest point, Bundy Hill
GKB Riverwalk Trail, a two-mile river trail connecting four city parks
Chippewa River, float or paddle this 92-mile-long river
Discover the top outdoor adventure spots!
What kind of adventurer or you?
Nomads/Hikers: Deerfield Nature Park and Bundy Hill Preserve
Adrenaline Junkie/Thrill Seekers: Rocks & Valleys Off-Road Park at Snow Snake
Indoor Enthusiasts: The Jump Station and Morey Courts
The Wildlife Fan: Audubon Woods Preserve
Snow Lover: Snow Snake Ski & Golf, Mission Creek Woodland Park and Deerfield Nature Park
Lover of water: Buckley’s Mountainside Canoes and Chippewa River Outfitters
Chippewa Watershed Conservancy
Bundy Hill is only one of 22 nature preserves owned and maintained by the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy (CWC); 18 of which are located in Isabella County. Protecting over 600 acres of wild lands, the CWC offers a variety of outdoor experiences like no other.
Your fur-ever friend can tag along!