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Fox-O and Sprint Practice

Park Lyndon

Chelsea, Michigan

Park Lyndon contains over 500 species of plants in a wide variety of habitats including fens, marshes, bogs, ponds, forest, and prairie. Marked nature trails wind through the steep, glacially sculpted hillsides, connecting to the state’s Waterloo-Pinckney Trail for a combined hiking experience of almost 50 miles. 

Ancient glaciers formed the hilly kettle and kame terrain where oak, hickory, tamarack, poplar, beech, maple, and tulip trees provide cover for ten species of orchids and over twenty-three species of ferns!  Much of the upland portion of the trail is atop a long winding esker ridge created by an ancient stream. 

Lake Genevieve is a kettle lake formed by glacial activity over 10,000 years ago.

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Venue Details

Joseph Burkhead
Stage Director/Course Setter
Notes

Course Setter Notes: Coming in Bulletin 3

Course Statistics: Coming in Bulletin 3

Restrooms: Vault Toilet

Embargoed: No

First Start: 10 a.m. (tentative)

Course Close: 1 p.m. (tentative)

Time Limit: N/A – Practice

Latest Weather Information
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Park Lyndon
4:30 am, May 28, 2024
temperature icon 55°F
overcast clouds
Humidity Humidity: 95 %
Pressure Pressure: 1009 mb
Wind Wind: 2 mph
Wind Gust Wind Gust: 10 mph
Clouds Clouds: 100%
Visibility Visibility: 0 mi
Sunrise Sunrise: 6:03 am
Sunset Sunset: 9:02 pm

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