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Other Fun Activities - MIBackpack along the Waterloo/Pinckney Hiking Trail. More than 40 miles long, it is a great trail to check out in the spring and fall for the vistas and variety of terrain. There are several camping areas along the way. Brimley State Park is a great place to watch the ships head to and from the Soo Locks. Another great location to view Great Lakes ships is Algonac State Park. There are more moose sightings in Tahquamenon Falls than anywhere else in the eastern Upper Peninsula. Clear Lake State Park has a lake that is 100 feet deep and is spring fed. This park and surrounding area are great places to look for wildlife, including elk. Yankee Springs Recreation Area has a barrier- free trail. It's one-half mile of hard surface and wooden boardwalks that cross wooded, wetland and lakeshore habitats ending at a viewing deck and fishing pier on beautiful Gun Lake. Brighton Recreation Area has also added a one-mile barrier-free trail. William Mitchell State Park is the home of the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center. Archery and shooting programs at the pellet gun range are very popular with children. Sleepy Hollow, Fort Custer, Waterloo, Holly and Newaygo state parks all have Disc Golf courses. There are no green fees to play this fast-growing sport. Muskegon State Park now has an accessible luge run available all year. It's the only one in the country.
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Why isn't trapping allowed for rabbits and hares? Also why are they not considered a fur bearing animal? Thanks
Jan 8 at 5:24 a.m. · View Post
(I KNOW HOW THE MICHIGAN DNR CAN RAISE ALOT OF MONEY) My husband just came up with the idea.....LOL Have a idea on how the Michigan DNR can start raising money. It my sound dumb to some but its funny if you think about it. Michigan would be the first state in the U.S. to do it hell we would be the only state in the world to do it. And i think they would make alot of money off of it. We should start for this year having "Sasquatch" hunting licence. It would only cost the DNR the ink to have them printed up in the machine and have some dumb rules on it in the 2012 Michigan Hunting & Trapping Digest Book because i could see someone in the woods in a blind or treestand..lol You could sale them for around $30.00 each. And i even would buy a few to just say i have one.
Jan 7 at 5:02 p.m. · View Post
Got question... is it legal to spear smelt on Higgins lake during the winter spearing season? The digest says yes to non trout lakes on page 12. Higgins is a lake that is stocked with trout and is a type E lake. But on page 22 it says type A, D, and B* lakes marked with an asterisk are designated trout lakes which seems to excludes type E lakes from being a trout lake. I'm being asked this question by several fisherman. Any help would be appreciated.
Jan 7 at 3:50 p.m. · View Post
We just had 6 Bald Eagles, on the ice, in front of our house. I tried to load the entire album to your DNR page, but your security settings are prohibitive. There were 2 adults and 4 juveniles! I've never seen this many, at once, on our lake.
Jan 7 at 3:15 p.m. · View Post
Hi, my name is Joshua Chrisman. I made a facebook page back in August that i think you and some people on your facebook page would like to know about. Its called Michigan's Wildlife (www.facebook.com/MichigansWildlife) I go into specific detials on animals and plants that you would find here in michigan. I also answer any questions that anyone would have about the outdoors. It would really be cool if i got more people to check out my page. Thanks. :)
The Wildlife in Michigan that surrounds us.
Jan 7 at 2:48 p.m. · View Post
Has anyone fished or heard of any steelhead activity at either Yates park or huroc recently? Want to make one last trip before it is too cold.
Jan 6 at 5:24 p.m. · View Post
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Michigan's awesome fishing opportunities don't slow down during the winter! Check out today's Pure Michigan blog post for an ice fishing Q&A.
Guest blogger Bob Fisher answers some questions about ice fishing in Pure Michigan
Jan 6 at 4:53 p.m. · View Post
Experience the action and excitement of the Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Races this Saturday (1/7). The racing begins and ends at The Rainbow Lodge (on County Rd. 423) in Northern Luce County. As many as 114 teams are expected from over 12 states and provinces in the U.S. and Canada. Watch the excitement from the Rainbow Lodge and from various road crossings on County Roads 414 and 500 where firewood and hot dogs will be available. For more info visit www.tcsdr.org . Don’t miss the thrills of the Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Races with Oldies 93!
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Jan 6 at 4:46 p.m. · View Post
Going small game hunting today...gun, ammo and license...check! Hunters orange, safety bag and coffee thermos...check. SUNTAN LOTION...check!
Jan 6 at 1:27 p.m. · View Post
Chelsea PetersonThis is the place to be! In the summer, this is the perfect to swim
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The North Face encourages participation and outdoor recreation at State Parks by aligning with GSG to develop a customized "Explore Your Parks" retail purchase program consisting of free or discounted admission passes to state and local parks and Activity Guides. The Camping 101 program encourages first time campers to get out an explore the outdoors under the stars.