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Potawatomi Trail

Unadilla Township, MI

Potawatomi Trail is a 17.5 mile loop trail located near Gregory, Michigan that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November.

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North Country
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29 Completed 13 Reviews

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Rosy Mound Natural Area
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This is a beautiful way to spend an afternoon, or a couple of hours of it, with a glorious view of Lake Michigan as the prize after a lot of steps! This trail is an out-and-back up and over the dune with a nice flat section at the bottom through the old dune blowout. It is a great way to learn a little more about dune formation and the importance of dunes in our local ecology. The stairs can be strenuous.
This is a county park, and daily auto fees are in force during the summer months. Also, dogs are not allowed on this trail.

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Pigeon Creek Park Trails
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

We live very close to this trail and because of this we have never hiked here! Our mistake. The trails are very nicely shaded and quite pleasant to walk on for casual hiking. Mosquitoes were a bit of an issue but a little spray took care of that. We walked the two outside loops on a beautiful Sunday afternoon and still only saw a couple of other people, and based on the overall feel of the place we plan to also come back with grandchildren for sledding and do some cross-county skiing, also.

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trolley trails
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Sugarloaf Recreation Trail
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39 Completed 18 Reviews

Fun, short hike for great views of Superior!

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North Country Trail: Springvale to Thumb Lake Road
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29 Completed 13 Reviews

Trail is a solid 14.6 miles one way. Large gradual hills and full folage coverage make it a challanging but not very scenic. lots of animals with possibility of elk. All in all a good day on the trail and well marked.

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Heritage Park Loop
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

love coming here! I bring my dog all the time and she loves it.
We rarely ever cross paths with other hikers so that makes me feel comfortable enough to let her off the leash so she can explore.

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Pontiac Lake Recreation Area
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

What an awesome challenging ride !! Tough climbs but well rewarding downhills . Intermediate not for beginners but a great wilderness ride. Give it a try its a wonderful way to spend the day

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Sanilac Petroglyphs
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

The Petroglyphs main hiking trail is a loop trail and not a out and back. If you consider the entrance trail which leads to the looped hiking trail it could be considered out and back. The trail is uneven ground with two swinging bridges over parts of the Cass River. There are interpretive signs along the way telling of the Michigan forest fires, the usage of the Cass River years ago, and of local fauna and wildlife.

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Tahquamenon Falls Ramble
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

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