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But canoeing is one outdoor activity that thrives in Michigan’s southern environs as well. In fact, rivers of markedly varying sizes and temperaments thread all through the southern part of the state, providing paddlers with an abundance of water options. These range from the west side’s Grand River, the state’s longest stream at more than 300 miles, to the Huron River, an easygoing, heavily trafficked ribbon of water that cuts through Michigan’s eastern ramparts. Southern Michigan’s rivers may not offer the thrills and spills of their cousins to the north, but they still provide paddlers with ample opportunity to leave traffic jams and deadlines far behind.

The most dangerous bears are sows with cubs, so immediately vacate any area where you find a cub. If the worst happens and you are attacked by a black bear, most bear experts contend that, whereas victims of grizzly attacks should play dead, victims of black bear attacks should fight back vigorously. 30 n Introduction ful, exciting experience, as long as you plan for it in an intelligent and thoughtful fashion. Important Phone Numbers For general travel information on vacation opportunities throughout Michigan, call % 800-5432-YES.

The Pinckney Recreation Area has eight miles of bridle trails. The trails here are not as extensive as those at Waterloo, but you On Snow n 53 can take guided horseback tours through the area via nearby Hell Creek Ranch. Call the ranch at % 734-878-3632 for more information. On Snow Camping & Accommodations Waterloo offers four camping areas. The two main ones are lakeshore facilities with all the modern amenities. The Sugarloaf Lake Campground has 180 open sites, a boat launch, and a small beach area; it can be reached by taking Kalmbach Road north from I-94, then turning west on Cavanaugh Lake Road.

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