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.