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Picture of Michigan - Hiawatha National Forest
Michigan - Hiawatha National Forest
The Hiawatha national Forest is geographically tucked between three Great Lakes in the central and eastern portions of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Rolling hills forested with northern hardwoods, white pine and hemlock, flatland covered by red pine, jack pine, and aspen, and large open and tree covered wetlands from the 890,000 acres of the Hiawatha National Forest. Michigan's Upper Peninsula is sparsely populated and is relatively undeveloped area within the Midwestern United States. The Hiawatha National Forest is a day's drive from the population centers of Detroit, Chicago, and Minneapolis, yet it represents a large area in which visitors are free to discover remote and natural land.
$19.95 excl tax
Picture of Michigan - Huron-Manistee National Forest
Michigan - Huron-Manistee National Forest
The Huron National Forest has been administratively combined with the Manistee National Forest. The Huron-Manistee National Forests are the only National Forests in Lower Michigan. The Huron-Manistee National Forests comprise almost a million acres of public lands extending across the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. The Huron-Manistee National Forests provide recreation opportunities for visitors, habitat for fish and wildlife, and resources for local industry.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Michigan - Ottawa National Forest
Michigan - Ottawa National Forest
Welcome to the Ottawa National Forest. The nearly one million acres of Ottawa are home to beautiful hardwood forests, crystal clear lakes, remote wilderness areas, and a multitude of wildlife species.
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Picture of Michigan - Hiawatha National Forest - Grand Island National Recreational Area
Michigan - Hiawatha National Forest - Grand Island National Recreational Area
A visit to Grand Island means a visit to a place rich in scenic beauty, natural history, exciting recreational opportunities, and heritage. Standing atop one of the Island's shoreline cliffs, or digging you toes into a sandy beach, there is no question why Grand Island was as attractive to early America Indians and European explorers as it is to us today. It's rugged landscape provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor recreation of many kinds, as well as for quiet contemplation.
$20.00 excl tax