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Chipp-A-Waters Park

chippwatersChipp-A-Waters Park, much of which is located on a State Conservation Area, is a haven for wildlife and an escape for those wishing to enjoy the natural beauty of the Chippewa River. Featuring an open air picnic shelter, playground, and nature interpretation trail, this park is a great place to play and learn. The park covers more than 30 acres of greenspace and woodland at the west side of town just off of M-20. It has public access to the river and completes the south end of the GKB Riverwalk Trail, which begins nearly two miles north at Pickens Field and connects five of Mt. Pleasant's most popular city parks.


Access Adventure TrailAAtrail
The Access Adventure Trail, which winds its way through the south end of the park, is a universally          accessible trail that was created to promote healthy lifestyles and highlight one of Mt. Pleasant's most      scenic natural resources. This trail has an educational component with nature interpretation signs informing visitors of the wildlife and landscape features of the Chippewa River.

Look for numbered signs that have QR codes that can be scanned with a smartphone, allowing you to hear our narrator’s guided tour of the park. Listen to audio clips of each tour stop below.

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intro

river

birds

trees

mammals

floodplains

forest

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humans

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