Group area designed for use by equestrian campers riding the Shore to Shore Riding/Hiking Trail. Non-equestrian campers are also welcome. Maximum capacity is for 200 individuals and can accommodate tents and small trailers.
Designed as a festival park, the Adado Riverfront Park has wide open spaces providing plenty of room to roam. The Grand River, Michigan's longest river, bisects the park. Leisurely stroll Lansing's River Trail, a scenic thirteen mile...
Addison Oaks is a scenic 1,139-acre park with two lakes. The park features a sandy beach with swimming, boating, picnicking, fishing, ice fishing, and ice skating. There are nearly 13 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and...
Located twenty-five miles southwest of Houghton on Lake Superior, this campground has rustic toilets, electricity, picnic tables, sandy beach and allows tents.
Agate Falls is a 39-foot-high waterfall of the Ontonagon River. Dropping down from the highlands of the western Upper Peninsula, this river drops 875 feet from the Bond Falls Flowage to Lake Superior, and Agate Falls is part of this...
Once the site of a Native American village, this 6.5-acre park began as a bicentennial project which involved extensive public design input. The name, "Ah-Nab-Awen," was proposed by the Elders of the Three Fires Council and means,...
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