Driftwood Valley Day Use Area, MI

US Forest Service

Driftwood Valley Day Use Area

The day use area is located along the forested southern shore-line of the Little Manistee River and is surrounded by cedars and hemlock.




From Manistee -

  • Travel east on M-55 for 17 miles.
  • Turn right and travel south on Bosschem Rd. for 6 miles.
  • Bosschem Rd. turns into Bass Lake Rd. at the county line, past Elbow Lakes and Harper.
  • Turn right and travel west on County Rd./West 10-Mile Rd.  for .5 miles to the site.

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