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part ofHuron-Manistee National Forests, US Forest Service
Sand Lake Campground is situated on the scenic shores of Sand Lake and provides a selection of sites shaded by a mixed hardwood forest. Just beyond the...[more]

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Has sites with: Accessible, Max Occupants(25), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Back-In).
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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
Pine Lake Campground is located on the shores of beautiful Pine Lake. The east side of the lake is mostly privately owned and has many cabins. The west...[more]

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US Forest Service
Bear Track got its name many years ago from a bear track found while building the site. A 1.5 mile trail connects the campground to the North Country ...[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
Going North - Heading north will take you to the Udell Trailhead.  The trail from Udell Trailhead to Freesoil Trailhead traverses the...[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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Photo: Pine National Scenic River Watercraft Permits (Huron Manistee)
The lower 26 miles of the Pine River was designated as a National Scenic River in 1992. Scenery is one of the most outstanding attributes of the river...[more]

Permits and Wilderness

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US Forest Service
Peterson Bridge is the last take-out before Low Bridge. This large landing area sits just before a sharp bend in the river that will take paddlers underneath...[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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