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    lynn m reviewed Northwest Trail Loop or Wakazoo Trail Loop

    about 1 month ago

    I am so excited!

    Sunday, I met three female millennials, with backpacks on, walking south on 48th Street. I stopped to chat with them and they said that they were heading to Swan Creek. They said that they were walking the Wakazoo Trail and camped at Ely Lake overnight. One was from Chicago.

    I asked them to give a review, but in case they don't, they said the Wakazoo was a great trail!

    lynn m updated Allegan State Game Area

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Allegan State Game Area

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Foot Path

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Foot Path

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Foot Path

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Foot Path

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Foot Path

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Campground Trails

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Campground

    4 months ago

    lynn m reviewed Silver Creek Campground

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Campground

    4 months ago

    lynn m updated Silver Creek Campground

    4 months ago

    lynn m reviewed Northwest Trail Loop or Wakazoo Trail Loop

    4 months ago

    I parked my car on 48th Street, just south of 120th Avenue in Fennville today. I added yellow splash paint on the trail westward crossing 120th, continuing west passing the connecting trail on 51st Street almost all the way to 120th Avenue. I never used a map, but did add more yellow trail markers so trail is now well marked. Looked like heavy winds or tornado took some trees down a little east of 52nd Street, so I spent a bit of time clearing the trail. Someone else had already chainsawed the big trees (thank you!). I never looked at a map and was able to follow with the yellow splashes, even though I added a lot more yellow. I was glad I brought my head net (ordered online at TrueValue for $4), since it is deer fly season in July. Worked great! 78 degrees was warm but ok for a day of hiking in the shade of the trees. Round trip, maybe 7 miles, less than 3 hours.

    lynn m reviewed Allegan Forest Loop

    6 months ago

    I have skied this trail before, but decided to hike it today. Flat trail, easy to follow and 95% in the shade, so it's a great trail for sunny and warm weather.

    lynn m reviewed Allegan Pine Plains Natural Area

    6 months ago

    Easy flat trail if you want something new. Good birding area, will see wild flowers, birds and butterflies. I cleared a bit of the trail down to the Big Daily Bayou, which is off the Kalamazoo River. It's an uneven trail and a bit strenuous. Was fun to explore. Lots of growth has filled in the Big Daily Bayou, so it's not possible to paddle through anymore.