The Upper Peninsula has over fifty percent of its landmass in public lands from State Forests, National Forests, National Parks and Lakeshores and land in the public trust. You are never more than a few minutes away from hikable land. But please don't spread it around too much because we want the UP to stay the way it is as one of the last true four season adventure areas in the country.
That said, for those who have visited (or who are lucky enough to live there), what are some of your favorite areas to hike, camp and bike?
One of my favorites is the Seney National Wildlife Refuge along with land to the west in Hiawatha National Forest as well as to the north in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
Let's get a discussion going, eh?
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