Riding bikes at Wilder Creek

Welcome to Wilder Creek Conservation Club

Wilder Creek Conservation Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, membership-based conservation and nature area, created to protect and conserve the natural resources of our country, and to educate future generations to become caretakers of our water, air, land and wildlife. Featuring 63 acres of rolling hills, gardens, nature trails, wildlife including birds, deer, Canada Geese, cranes, turtles and more, Wilder Creek is a sanctuary tucked inside historic Marshall, Michigan.

Hours & information:

Wilder Creek is open to all members via gate access at any time, outside of private group reservations, and adheres to all current published government guidelines regarding COVID-19.

Wilder Creek has a rich community history. Discover our roots, our mission & more.

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Latest News

  • “Week in the Woods” Camp

    The Advisor-Chronicle reported on July 6, 2024, “(Wilder Creek Conservation Club’s) wooded acreage, filled with ponds, hills, a creek, a nesting family of Bald Eagles, deer, beaver, birds of allContinue reading ““Week in the Woods” Camp”

  • Member Spring Picnic

    Nearly 100 members, families and friends gathered on a beautiful May evening for a tasty meal, conversation, trail walks, and games. During the evening, the club members honored Bob Bursley,Continue reading “Member Spring Picnic”

  • Speaker/DNR Officer

    Department of Natural Resources officer, Elliot Worel, updated members on DNR laws and practices at the April 17 meeting. Officer Elliot Worel, retired Army officer and former Black Hawk helicopterContinue reading “Speaker/DNR Officer”