Escape the daily grind at Wolcott Mill Metropark where you can visit farm animals, step back in time at a historic grist mill or play 18 holes of golf. This 2,625 acre park, which also includes Camp Rotary, is located along the banks of the North Branch of the Clinton River in Ray Township, in north central Macomb County. Ten miles of equestrian trails, that begin at Camp Rotary, take horse riders through farm fields, through wooded areas, and along the North Branch of the Clinton River. Riders need to obtain a bridle tag, available at Stony Creek Metropark, in order to use the trail. The Grist Mill, its grain grinding machinery and exhibits offer a rare look at our past. Mills like this one once dotted Michigan's countryside. Today, only a few remain. Built in 1847, the Mill operated until 1967. Interpretive staff give tours by appointment, and conduct programs on most weekends throughout the year. For additional information, please call (586)-749-5997 or (800) 477-3175 . The barn museum features the history of American barns, with a buggy, antique farming equipment and tools. A gazebo provides a focal point for events, or a quiet place for conversation or photographs.