Whether you enjoy boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking, bird watching, horseback riding, or just relaxing on the beach, Antrim County offers it all.
From hikers, bikers, backpackers, wildlife enthusiasts, fishing, hunting, mushroom hunting, horseback riding cross-country skiing, snowboarding snowmobiling, paddling, boating, swimming (and the list goes on & on) take advantage of nearly 44,000 acres of public, county-owned and state forest land near Alden, Bellaire, Central Lake and Mancelona. Among those areas are the Grass River Natural Area, Cedar River Natural Area, Glacial Hills Pathway & Natural Area, Noteware’s Landing and Willow Day Park. There is Mohrmann Park Natural Area and Murphy Park, along with hundreds of acres unnamed Antrim County Forestlands. For more information about these areas, please visit Antrim County’s website at antrimcounty.org
Trails, Natural Areas & Waterways
It may seem far off now, but the 2018 edition of the Glacial Hills Challenge is just a few months away! Each summer, our friends
Find out more about Paddle Antrim Bellaire, MI – Paddle Antrim is pleased to announce the Chain of Lakes Water Trail is the first designated