Port Crescent State Park has three miles of sandy shoreline on Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay. A wooden boardwalk parallels the day-use shoreline offering many scenic vistas of Saginaw Bay. The park also offers fishing, canoeing, hiking, cross-country skiing, birding, and hunting.

Very easy trail, well marked, beautiful views. Something that could be done with children and elderly.

Really easy trail and beautiful views of Saginaw Bay. The trails were marked really well.

So varied and beautiful, dunes, beach, meadows, pines, cottenwoods! Well maintained trail, well labeled. Short but well worth it.

Great trail, totally crappy parking! There is a tiny dirt ditch you can park in next to a bar, fits 3 cars. Other than that the trail was well maintained and wide. Beach access and beautiful views makes for a nice hike.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

This trail is more like a rough boardwalk up and down the sand dunes of Lake Huron. There is no camping here, but there is beach camping at Port Crescent State park about a mile away. There are spectacular views along the entire trail. Short but very cool. You will love it!

Monday, May 09, 2016

great hike... beautiful

Thursday, September 12, 2013

This very dog friendly trail has a spot for your four legged friend to hop in the water where the river meets Lake Huron. The sand bluffs provide plenty of space to tire out your dog, while on their required 6ft leash. There are several ways to reach the water from the trail, also providing beautiful vistas! We came in mid-September and the delta was still warm enough to wade in on a sunny day.

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

This trail starts just to the Northwest of the Port Crescent Road and M-25 intersection. The parking area is very small. You start out by crossing an old wooden bridge (with steel structure) and can hike the red or blue loops. The total of both trails is 2.3 miles. Much of both trails wander through wooded hills and sand dunes. The Lake Huron shoreline can be accessed from the blue trail. At the Southwest end of both the blue and red trails you are above the Pinnebog River and can look out to the Southwest across the river to see the Day Use area of the Port Crescent State Park or look North to the mouth of the river as it enters Lake Huron. There are several unmarked connecting trails as well. The trails are relatively easy and in good condition. It can also be accessed from the State Park campground by wading across what is called the "old channel" where it enters the lake.

The Day Use area is accessed further Southwest along M-25. It also has connecting loop trails that offer views of Lake Huron and some of it's shoreline from points up on the dune and from and observation platform. The nature trail is approximately 1 mile long and has a fine stone surface. The extended trail gets into a few easy hills and is about 3 miles long. All very pleasant hiking. And almost all wooded.

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Sunday, March 20, 2016