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US Forest Service
The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians has a sturgeon rearing station on their property along the entrance...[more]
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BOATINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service
The name Suicide Bend comes from the logging days of the early 1900s. That portion of the Manistee River...[more]
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US Forest Service
One of many bayous along the lower portion of the river, Blacksmith is an oxbow lake left from an old...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BOATINGCAMPINGHIKINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service
The Pere Marquette Railroad crossed the Big Manistee River on a 96-foot high, 1,200 ft long iron truss...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BOATINGHIKINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service
This site is located where Big Bear Creek and the Manistee River join. The site was formerly called ...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BOATINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service

The access to Tunk Hole goes down a steep hill and has a boardwalk to the river with stairs.

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US Forest Service
The name comes from an old wooden and steel bridge, painted red, that was located at the site. Now there...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BOATINGCAMPINGHIKINGPICNICKING
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Rainbow Rapids, Michigan
US Forest Service
While parking is located at the top of the hill and can't be seen from the river, the boat launch...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
PICNICKING
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US Forest Service
Lumber operations and river log drives of the 1800s abandoned many logs in the river. In the early 1900s...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
CAMPINGHIKINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service
The parking lot is located at the top of a steep stairway. Visitors are asked to not disturb the wood...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
PICNICKING
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