National Water Trail Kayak Lockers
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell designated the Huron River Water Trail as the 18th trail of the National Water Trails System in July 2015. The Huron River Water Trail joins a network of national exemplary water trails from Puget Sound to the Hudson River. The National Water Trails System is an inter-agency collaborative effort administrated by the National Park Service.
The Huron River Water Trail is a 104-mile inland paddling trail connecting people to the river’s natural environment, its history, and the communities it connects in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. It is a consortium of interested groups and communities committed to providing residents and visitors with a safe, accessible and enjoyable experience on the Huron River and in the Trail Towns.
Project Location | Ann Arbor, Michigan
Status | Complete, 2016
Principal in Charge | Jen Maigret, FAIA
Collaboration | María Arquero de Alarcón, MAde Studio Project
Design Team | Caileigh MacKellar, Kallie Sternberg, Masataka Yoshikawa
Fabricators | Hosford & Co.
Client | Huron River Watershed Council