What a wonderful place to visit if you are a nature lover. We were visiting Michigan's Upper Peninsula for the first time and this was one of the places we had on our list to visit. And are we ever glad we did. First, we stopped in to the Visitor Center and the people there were extremely helpful and friendly. They pointed out 2 osprey and their nest high in a tree which we viewed with the telescope. Then we did the 7-mile Marshland Wildlife Drive -- spectular -- bring your binoculars and your camera too! We saw swans, beavers, loons, turtles, eagles, herons and my favourite: 2 sandhill cranes which were walking on the road ahead of us. We actually drove both loops to make sure that we didn't miss anything. Only negative thing was that the deer flies were so very annoying that we had to roll up our car windows. Although they didn't bite, they just wouldn't leave us alone. After we walked the Pine Ridge Nature Trail. All in all, a wonderful place to visit and can't beat the admission price!
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