Neighborhood 13 - Ann Arbor
South of Washtenaw and E. Stadium - West of Platt - North of Packard - East of Packard


Click on the map below for more information about the parks and schools located in this neighborhood

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County Farm Park
Platt at Washtenaw, Ann Arbor

Size: 141 acres

Amenities: Walking Trails, Fitness Course, Nature Area, Shelters, Community Gardens, County Park Commission Administrative Offices

Transportation: AATA Bus Routes 4 & 14, parking lots available


Manchester Park
Manchester at Washtenaw, Ann Arbor

Size: 1.17 acres

Amenities: Walking Trails

Transportation: AATA Bus Shelter (Routes 4 & 14)


Winchell Park
St. Francis at Winchell, Ann Arbor

Size: 3.56 acres

Amenities: Playground Equipment, Softball Fields, Soccer Fields, Walking Trails, Picnic Area

Transportation: near AATA Bus Route 14


The Ponds Park
Emerald at Joseph, Ann Arbor

Size: 1.66 acres

Amenities: Walking Trails, Nature Area

Transportation: near AATA Bus Route 5


Buhr Park
Packard between Eisenhower and Platt, Ann Arbor

Size: 42.21 acres

Amenities: Playground Equipment, Tennis Courts (2), Softball Fields (4), Walking Trails, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Drinking Fountains, Swimming Pool, Ice Skating Rink

Transportation: AATA Bus Route 7, parking lots available

Cobblestone Farm (at Buhr Park)
Packard between Eisenshower and Platt, Ann Arbor

Size: 3.7 acres

Amenities: Walking Trails, Restrooms, Historical Significance

Transportation: AATA Bus Route 7, parking lots available

$$$ - Admission Fee Charged - see website for more details


Molin Nature Area
Kimberly at Packard, Ann Arbor

Size: 7.11 acres

Amenities: Walking Trails, Nature Area

Transportation: near AATA Bus Routes 5 & 7, parking available at Columbia and Powell


Allen Elementary School
Towner Blvd, Ann Arbor

John Allen School is a kindergarten through fifth grade elementary, school in the Ann Arbor Public School District. Opened in February, 1961, it was named for John Allen, the founder of Ann Arbor. John Allen was known as a man of action who "dreamed of open spaces and fresh opportunities." 

The school is adjacent to Buhr Park and Cobblestone Farm. It was built on properly formerly a part of the Ticknor Farm. The school mascot is the eagle and the colors are red and white.


Pattengill Elementary School
Crestland Dr, Ann Arbor

Greetings and welcome to Pattengill Elementary School: home of the Pumas!

In 1989 Pattengill became part of the only school pairing in the Ann Arbor Public Schools District and remains paired with our sister school, Bryan Elementary School, to this day. Bryant serves the K-2 segment of our population while Pattengill is dedicated to 3rd-5th grades. This puts us in the unique position of being the only school in Ann Arbor that is purely focused on the academic and developmental needs of upper elementary school students.