Standish Price Nature Trail

The Standish Price Nature Trail is a unique educational resource designed for those interested in edible wild plants as well as more general plant identification, ecology, and field botany. With 118 stops featuring 110 species, this is one of the largest interpretive trails in the United States (in terms of the number of species covered and the amount of interpretive text accompanying the trail). It is also, as far as we know, the only such trail that focuses on edible wild plants (featuring 71 species).

Hours of Operation

May 1 through October 31, 7 AM to dark


From Rib Lake take State Hwy. 102 east 2 miles to County Hwy. C, go north 5 miles to Hultman Lake Road, go west 1/2 mile.

Natural Attractions Type

  • Arboretum/Botanical
  • Parks, Forests, Trails

Trail Length (miles)

  • .5 miles