Manistee River Trail

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Manistee River Trail
Panoramic of the Manistee River.jpg
Manistee River overlook
Length11 miles (18 km)
LocationHuron-Manistee National Forests, Michigan, United States
TrailheadsSeaton Creek
Red Bridge
UseHiking
Hiking details
MonthsJanuary–December
SightsDiverse vegetation, spring-fed waterfalls, river bluffs, and wetlands.
Websitewww.fs.usda.gov/recarea/hmnf/recarea/?recid=18710

The Manistee River Trail is an 11-mile (18 km) linear hiking trail located in Michigan in Manistee County, along the east bank of the Manistee River between Red Bridge River Access and Seaton Creek Campground. [1]

A 23-mile (37 km) loop trail can be formed by two connector trails at the southern and northern termini connecting the Manistee River Trail to the North Country National Scenic Trail. The loop trail can be accessed from the Marilla and Upper Branch Trailheads for the North Country National Scenic Trail and the Red Bridge and Seaton Creek accesses for the Manistee River Trail.


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  1. ^ "Manistee River Trail". Huron-Manistee National Forests. United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Retrieved 28 February 2017.

Coordinates: 44°21′44″N 85°49′19″W / 44.362109°N 85.822058°W / 44.362109; -85.822058