Hours & Location

Notice: The City of Troy is in the process of repairing the boardwalk on the Blackbird Loop. Trails will remain open and there will be signs marking the areas closed to walkers during construction.
During building hours, visitors access trails through the exhibit hall.

Trails are open 365 days from dawn to dusk

No dogs, no biking, no jogging, no skiing, no collecting.

Free admission, donations are appreciated.


Building Hours

Tuesday – Friday: 9 am­ – 3 pm (Except holidays)

Saturday Hours: 10 am­ – 4 pm (Except holiday weekends)

Sunday & Monday: Closed

Open during scheduled programs & event days

Please note that bathrooms are located inside the building and are accessible only during building hours.


Building Closures 2024 (Trails will remain open!)

Closed on all scheduled election days

New Year’s Day Observance: January 1st

Primary Election Day:  February 27th

Easter / Passover Holiday: March 29th – March 31st

Memorial Day Observance: May 25th – 27th

Independence Day Observance: July 4th

Statewide Primary Election Day:  August 6th

Labor Day Observance: August 31st – September 2nd

Presidential Election Day: November 5th

Thanksgiving Holiday: November 28th – November 30th

December Holiday: December 22, 2024 – January 1, 2025


6685 Coolidge Hwy, Troy, MI 48098 (Click for Google Maps)

Crossroads of Coolidge and South Blvd

From I-75: Take the Square Lake Exit – Travel East on Square Lake Rd. until Coolidge Hwy. Turn Left to go North on Coolidge Hwy. Stage Nature Center is on the West side of Coolidge Hwy, South of South Blvd.

From M59: Take the Crooks Exit – Travel South on Crooks Rd. until South Blvd. Turn Right and travel West. Turn Left at Coolidge Hwy. Stage Nature Center is on the West side of Coolidge, North of Square Lake.

Stage Nature Center is operated by the Troy Nature Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Troy, MI. Please consider donating today!