Gratiot River North Trail
Gratiot River North is 82 acres of north woods and 500 feet of isolated shoreline to welcome you after a hike north along the cobble shore from the mouth of the Gratiot River (Gratiot River North is contiguous with the Gratiot River County Park shoreline). Check the North Woods Conservancy website for updates to trails and land acquisitions. Improvements are happening regularly.
The North Woods Conservancy owns several natural areas that are open to the public for mammal-powered quiet recreation such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Fires, camping, hunting, trapping, and motorized vehicles are not permitted unless otherwise noted. NWC Natural Areas include Dore Woods, Seven Mile Point, Gratiot River North, Merganser Pond, and Conglomerate Falls. These properties were purchased with funding from annual memberships, donations, state and federal grants, partnerships, member loans, and bank loans.
Note: Not all sections of each trail are approved for every activity listed for the trail as a whole. Please click on individual trail sections to see approved activities for that section.
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