This township directly south of Ann Arbor has a 626-acre nature area at its center: the Pittsfield Preserve, north of Michigan Ave. east of Platt, includes more than four miles of nature trails, a great blue heron rookery, buttonbush swamp, and numerous wetlands, mature woods, and meadows. Pittsfield also operates Hickory Woods Park, 5415 Crane, with trails, restrooms, and a playground structure; Lillie Park, 4365 Platt, just south of Ellsworth, with 3 1/2 miles of ADA-accessible nature trails, grills, pavilions, electrical outlet, restrooms, soccer fields, boardwalk, and 2 playground structures; Marsh View Meadows, 300 E. Textile, with trails, grills, pavilion, restrooms, and playground structure; Montibeller Park, 4305 Ellsworth, with 1.5 miles of nature trails, grills, pavilion, restrooms, ball diamonds, playground structures, and tennis courts (no handicap accessible route to restroom); Pittsfield Township Park, 701 W. Ellsworth, with grills, pavilion, restroom, ball diamond, playground structure; and Wooley Park, 1315 Textile Rd. with .84 miles of trails, playground structures, disc golf, and basketball court.