Hiawatha National Forest

Description

Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Hiawatha National Forest is 879,000 acres of wilderness with an almost unlimited list of activities and outdoor interests. It has more than 20 developed campgrounds, most of which are open between May and mid-October, with over 700 sites (reservations are recommended); natural resources include hardwood timber stands of maple, aspen, birch, oak, and beech; 413 inland lakes; conifer timber stands of pines, hemlock, spruce to name a few; more than 300 wildlife species that you may catch a glimpse of; and six Wild and Scenic Rivers. Activities include camping, scenic drives, swimming, fishing, hunting, picnicking, horseback riding and winter sports. You can get a sense of Great Lakes history and see several Great Lakes lighthouses. The Forest has many interpretive sites and trails. Located between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, from Escanaba to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

Address

2727 N Lincoln Rd
Escanaba, MI 49829

Lat/Long

45.78125400, -87.08289900
Visit Website
(906) 786-4062

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