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Eagle Harbor Environs

Eagle Harbor Environs

The Eagle Harbor Environs encompass the Eagle Harbor Red Pine Dunes, the Dean Webster and the Cy Clark Memorial Nature Sanctuaries. The approximately 8 mile trail is easy to moderate with flat rolling terrain. Parts of the trail are on private property.

Features include Long Lake, stabilized sand dunes, marsh areas and surrounding bluffs.The trail is in a Michigan Nature Association Sanctuary and all sanctuary rules apply. Collecting plants, seeds, or animals of any kind is strictly forbidden. Stay on established trails. Only foot traffic is allowed - the use of all motorized vehicles or mountain bikes is prohibited. No hunting, fishing, trapping, camping, campfires, or pets are permitted. Carry out all refuse. Leave only footprints, take only pictures.

On M-26 south of Eagle Harbor.  DIRECTIONS: From Hancock follow US-41 to Phoenix. Turn left onto M-26 and follow to just before Eagle Harbor. The trail, an old bush road (there are several loop options) begins on the south side of M-26 .

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