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Pierce Cedar Creek Institute

701 West Cloverdale Road
269-721-4190

Pierce Cedar Creek Institute is a nature center, environmental education center and biological field station located on 737 acres just nine miles south of Hastings, Michigan, in rural Barry County. With its mission to promote environmental education, research, preservation, and appreciation, the Institute maintains its property as a preserve under an easement granted by the Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy and works to provide educational programs and seasonal recreational for community members of all ages.



Reviews

Theresa Tumer

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
I love the variety of trails, the peaceful feel of all the trails. Some of the trails have some good size hills if you're looking for a workout. Its a wonderful place to walk and enjoy being outdoors.

barbara haywood

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Monday, June 11, 2018
Lovely hike on well marked and nicely groomed trails, with limited mosquitos attacks. Don't know how they do it!

Chris Floyd

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Sunday, March 11, 2018
Kind and helpful staff, interesting artwork and architecture. The food is something unique, perhaps that's part of the experience. I did not get to explore the outside or other facilities yet. Next trip.

Jenn Rosenberger

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Monday, June 4, 2018
Amazing trails for running but very technical. Main center is great for kids!!

John Larson

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Saturday, March 31, 2018
This is a real hidden gem. There is a good amount of trails for hiking (around 10 to 15 miles total) and it has a play area for kids. Very educationally minded programs with an emphasis on conservation.

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