The Upland Woods Trail is the longest unpaved walking trail and dips through winding topography in a forest dominated by oak, maple, cherry and sassafras. Two overlooks on the trail offer views of fern-covered slopes and lush ravines. This is a favorite trail for joggers and runners, well-shaped and complete with hills and varied terrain.
The trail is named in honor of one of Metroparks longest serving park commissioners.
Parking for this trail can be found at any of the parking lots at Wildwood Preserve.