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US Forest Service
Marilla Trailhead is the northen most access to the trail on the Huron-Manistee National Forests.  For information on trailheads going north visit...[more]

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part ofHuron-Manistee National Forests, US Forest Service
Seaton Creek Campground adjoins Seaton Creek and is at the upper end of the backwater of Hodenpyl Dam Pond on the Big Manistee River. The forest surrounding...[more]

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Has sites with: Max Occupants(25), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Back-In; Parallel; Pull-Through).
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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 is a modern cement structure. This site provides...[more]

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US Forest Service
This camping area is named for Government Island. The 3 campsites are part of the Forest Services' 41 designated dispersed sites along the Upper Manistee...[more]

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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 was considered a "suicide run" because...[more]
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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 salvage operations retrieved the abandoned logs...[more]

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US Forest Service
Caberfae Scenic Overlook has a nice view, primarily to the west, of wooded hills, and the nearby Caberfae Ski Area. Stairs and a ramp lead up to the observation...[more]
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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
This is the last take-out on the Pine River and is the most heavily used site because of it. A fenced overlook allows visitors a scenic view of the river...[more]

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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 bridge. The bridge was torn down in 1955 but the...[more]

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