We have begun compiling a list and photos of each unique garden bed and will add this information shortly.

Botanical Gardens

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​​Village of DeTour  and  DeTour Township

- Botanical Gardens Committee:  Susie Baker, Donna Barrette, Susan Boarden, Paul Gardner, Mary Hayes,      Dianne Karsh, Kris Kelley, and Kate Nelson

​- Bid Munro Natural Trail Lead:  Kate Nelson 906-297-3230

-  If you have questions about other parks and recreation activities or how you can help support our

   programs please call Susie Baker at  269-501-5160​.

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Botanical Gardens

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Where Year-Round Outdoor Recreation Is at a Premium ...

​LOCATED ON THE EASTERN TIP OF CHIPPEWA COUNTY, IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN.

These beautiful gardens are a vision of Doug McCulloch, a life-long resident of DeTour Village. 

He has been instrumental in the design, build and continued development of the peaceful oasis nestled along the western shore of the St. Mary's River in DeTour Village.   In 19xx Botanical Gardens began ...

Doug McCulloch and Kris (Wee Wee) Kelley ...

Bid Munro Natural Trails sits on the northern most portion of the Gardens and is under development now. It is (will) offer walking trails, bird houses and plantings to attract and harbor migrating and year round birds.


DeTour Village Botanical Gardens consists of many individual garden beds designed in memory of a loved on by residents of DeTour Village.  Each individual garden is maintained by the family or loved ones. The gardens and walking paths surrounding memorial tributes are maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers led by Kris Kelley and the Botanical Gardens Committee. If you are interested in discussing memorial options, or you are interested in volunteering gardening time please reach out to Kris Kelly 906-297-5071 or Susie Baker 269-501-5160


These beautiful gardens are maintained by volunteers. Monetary donations assist with purchase of top soil, woodchips, gardening materials and gardening tools. We appreciate any assistance.