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Tag Archives: State Forest
By Howard Meyerson VANDERBILT, MI – The Pigeon River, north of Vanderbilt, is once again flowing freely through the Pigeon River Country State Forest. The last of 23 stop logs in the Song of the Morning Ranch yoga camp dam was … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson As the first dusting of snow hit southern Michigan over the holidays, I naturally gravitated down to my gear room where I thought to give things the once over. I was full of excited anticipation, much like … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Eighteen of Michigan’s more popular state forest campgrounds are being added to the state campground reservation system this season. That’s a first for the remote and rustic campgrounds that have always operated on a first-come, first-serve basis. … Continue reading
Campers can look forward to paying less at most state forest campgrounds from now on. Fees were lowered in April by $2 to $3 per night after Michigan Department of Natural Resources director, Rodney Stokes, approved the change looking to … Continue reading