Secor Wildflower Trail
The Wildflower Trail starts at the Secor Center, crosses Tupelo Way and passes through a remnant of Secor’s historic arboretum, now a grassy area interspersed with several kinds of exotic trees, such as devil’s walking stick. The trail then leads to a wet wood that parallels Prairie Creek. This trail is known for its spring wildflowers display of species such as spring beauty, trillium, wild geranium, bloodroot and jack-the-pulpit. A short loop is also an option.
Parking for this trail can be found at the Secor Center parking lot.