A Muskegon County nature preserve planned on 75-acres of hardwood forest will include a trail system accessible to everyone, a conservancy group said.

The Land Conservancy of West Michigan said it's working on a new preserve area that will feature a trail system accessible by strollers and wheelchairs.

"We have worked closely with Disability Connection/West Michigan on the design of the trail and we want to help ensure that more people have the opportunity to enjoy the tranquility and beauty of this forested area," Vaughn Maatman, executive director of the Land Conservancy, said Wednesday.

The preserve near the Lake Michigan shore would feature several miles of trails.

The conservancy says it's secured more than 70 percent of the estimated $332,000 needed to build the park.

It's calling for public support to come up with the rest.