The Miller Nature Area, also labeled Miller Park, is on the northwest side of Ann Arbor. It is a 22 acre wooded park

This park is set in a ravine. It once suffered the indignities that most undeveloped ravines suffer in an urban environment - it was used as a trash dump and gravel pit. However, over the past 30 years or so, residents of the area began cleaning up the area, and the city has co-operated in turning this space into a wonderful space for hikes in the woods.

This space is only slightly improved. A few of the major paths have been paved with wood chips, and the city will (sometimes) clear the paths of fallen trees and tree limbs. This space is not friendly to wheelchairs.

Pedestrian Access


There is no parking dedicated to this park. Some parking might be found on the neighborhood streets around the park.