Kellogg Experimental Forest

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7060 N. 42nd St., Augusta. Established on abandoned agricultural land in 1932, the 716-acre Forest is known worldwide for research on tree breeding and genetics, planting techniques, and plantation establishment and management. Much of the research that developed the Spartan spruce, a hybrid that combines the color and drought resistance of a blue spruce and the softer needles and rapid growth rate of the white spruce, was done at the Kellogg Forest. The forest is open to the public for biking, hiking, jogging,horseback riding and cross-country skiing and also has more than 15 miles of interpretive trails. Bow hunting, trout fishing and picnicking also are permitted.

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Fort Custer Multi-Purpose Trails

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Trail Length: 25 (Miles)

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Features:

  • Hiking Bridle Trails – Trails may have other designated uses.
  • Bridle Trails – Trails may have other designated uses.
  • Mountain Biking – The colored trail map is provided courtesy of the Michigan Mountain Biking Association.
  • Dog Sledding
  • Cross Country Ski

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Al Sabo Land Preserve

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25 miles long.

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Al Sabo Preserve is located between Interstate 94 to the north, Centre Street to the south, Texas Drive to the east, and Kalamazoo Valley Community College at 9th Street and O Ave to the west. Atwater Millpond at the northeast corner of the Al Sabo Preserve, fed by the west branch of Portage Creek, which flows through Al Sabo Preserve, and forms a tributary for the Kalamazoo River. Camp Rota-Kiwan boy scout camp lies at the southwest corner of Al Sabo Preserve. Hiking trails cross this boundary.

Access to the Al Sabo Preserve is gained through an entrance on Texas Drive, near the intersection of Texas and 10th Avenue. A parking lot for Al Sabo Preserve is located next to the the Texas Drive entrance to Camp Rota-Kiwan. Foot trails lead into Al Sabo Preserve from the Rota-Kiwan Boy Scout Camp, and from the campus of Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Trail Description:

Al Sabo Preserve is an area of northeastern Texas Township, in southwestern Kalamazoo County, in the United States of America. It comprises 741 acres of marsh, forest, streams, and rolling hills. Numerous trails provide recreational opportunities throughout the Preserve.

Mountain biking is a popular activity in Al Sabo Preserve. Though over two thirds of the trails were closed to cycling as a result of erosion, over seven miles remain. These trails include Moab, Atwater, Lookout, and Mandala Two boardwalks are present (but not easy to find) in Al Sabo Preserve, providing access to the water from the hiking trails above. In addition, numerous overlooks provide panoramic views of the Preserve, particularly in the winter and spring.

Wildlife Viewing:

Wildlife abounds in Al Sabo Preserve. Bird species include many types of duck, goose, and swan. Sandhill cranes nest in the preserve. Muskrat and perhaps beaver occasionally create dams on Portage Creek, causing flooding upstream in the spring, and inundation of the Atwater Millpond shoreline when cleared. Deer, fox, coyote, raccoons, squirrels, and other mammals reside in the area. Fish include bass, bluegill, perch, and crappie. Soft-shell, snapping, and other turtle species populate the area, laying eggs near the sandy road that bisects the preserve.

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Waterloo-Bridle Trails

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Trail Length: 12 (Miles)

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  • Bridle Trails – Trails may have other designated uses. Located at F6 and F7 on the park map, the bridle trails at Waterloo link to the Equestrian Campground and Staging Area.

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Pinckney-Waterloo Hiking Trail

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Also known as the Waterloo-Pinckney Trail.

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  • 42.406565, -83.987874
  • 42.310658, -84.191496

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Pere-Marquette Equestrian Trail

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  • 43.753664, -84.581575
  • 43.711586, -84.490973

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  • Image By O. David Redwine – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21611437
 

Lakelands Trail State Park

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  • 42.444362, -83.788190
  • 42.444761, -84.180047

Also known as Lakelands Linear State Park.

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Shore to Shore Trail – Segment C

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Sleepy Hollow-Horse Trail

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Bridle Trails – Trails may have other designated uses. A staging area provides day-use only and access to the equestrian trails. Horses are not allowed on any other trails in the park.

Dog Sledding – Dog sledding on equestrian trails is allowed. Other Other Bridle trails are maintained and managed by the Sleep Hollow Trail Riders Association (SHTRA).

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