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Bendix Woods

32132 State Road 2
574-654-3155

Bendix Woods features 195 acres with wooded trails, ponds and fields. Its Unique features:

  • An Art & Earth Trail destination
  • Studebaker-Bendix Heritage Trail site
  • The second highest point in the county is found here
  • The pine trees planted to spell "STUDEBAKER" in the 1930s grow here and are listed in the Guinness Book of Records and the National Historic Register
  • Historic Studebaker Clubhouse


Reviews

Kemal Gökkaya

Rating:
Friday, Feb. 23, 2018
It is a beautiful park. Maple syrup festival is great. The trilliums that carpet the forest floor in early spring are spectacular. Definitely a must see! The hike is easy to moderate and goes over a few gentle slopes and provides a good view of the forest . Very convenient to do with kids and family. Things are well-kept, too. Overall, a great park for a quick hike, picnic, botanical sightseeing during certain parts of the year.

Keshava Mysore

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Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
Another wonderful place for nature viewing and birding and doing some great hikes. One if the few places in the area that has a sugar shack and taps maple syrup. A great place to be in all seasons.

jerry kenna

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
I love this place! I don't visit as much as I should but I do make it there every year for sugar camp days!

David Griffing

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Fun place for all ages. Students went there in a field trip

Molly Brasseur

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Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018
Beautiful park. Great pavilion/shelter rentals. Great events, love the maple syrup and kettle corn!

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