There are two trailheads to the Haymeadow Falls Trail. One trail of approximately one mile leads you along the creek to the footbridge at the Haymeadow Falls rapids. A short 1/2 mile spur near the north trailhead connects you to the 40 mile Bay de Noc Grand Island National Recreation Trail, which is used for hiking and horseback riding.
If you prefer foot power to wheels, Michigan offers hundreds of great hiking trails to explore and enjoy. Hiking offers the opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with nature and makes for a wonderful family experience. Many of Michigan’s state parks and recreation areas offer designated hiking trails and Michigan Hiking and Backpacking Clubs provide opportunities for group and family hiking experiences. Plan a hike around a camping trip to maximize your outdoor vacation.
Endurance hikers can hike traverse more than 200 miles on the Shore-to-Shore Trail that connects Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. But there is a trail in Michigan that fits any interest or stamina level.
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