Muncie Lake State Forest Pathway

Muncie Lake State Forest Pathway, Traverse City: Address, Phone Number, Muncie Lake State Forest Pathway Reviews: 4.5/5

Muncie Lake State Forest Pathway

Muncie Lake State Forest Pathway
4.5
Biking Trails • Nature & Wildlife Areas • Hiking Trails
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Joel P
Traverse City, MI18 contributions
Great snowshoe and hiking trail for the family!
Aug 2018 • Couples
Well marked and gently rolling pathway that often provides an opportunity to see wildlife up close. We enjoy this area once or twice a year.
Written January 16, 2019
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tcnorth2017
Traverse City, MI32 contributions
Great place to Classic cross country ski
Jan 2018 • Solo
This is one of my favorite classic ski venues. It is wooded, rolling hills, and trails down to the Boardman river. Groomed by volunteers, it really is a wonderful place to go to ski. There are many loops so you can go for as long as you want. I love to go down to the river, the trail is 2 miles in length down to the river and back on that loop (after you have gotten to that signpost) but is is worth it. Such a lovely spot to take a second, watch the river flow by and enjoy the serenity of the woods.
Written January 24, 2018
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RottieGuy951
Traverse City, MI92 contributions
Good for Classic Skiing
Jan 2017 • Couples
Only had the opportunity to ski here once on MLK day this winter due to work and short days. Liked it enough to contribute to the grooming fund. Trails are marked well and offer a variety of distances. The only downfall is that there are several snowmobile trails that cross, many at the bottom of hills which makes working up hills on XC Skis a little less fun when you can't bomb down the downhills and catch a little rest.
Written March 12, 2017
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