Nature Hikes at Haven Hill

Come enjoy free guided Nature Hikes in Highland State Recreation Area and the beautiful Haven Hill Natural Area. Guides will take you on a journey through portions of the state park and Haven Hill Natural Area to see the waters, wildlife, and forests of this special natural preserve. The hike will be slow-paced to enjoy nature and the forest textures and colors with plenty of opportunities for taking photos.

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The trails traverse through woods and hills and alongside Haven Hill Lake. Interesting information will be shared such as some history of the park, the importance of controlled burns, and why leaves turn color in the fall. Look for turtles, frogs and possibly a water snake or two as the group crosses the Haven

Children and dogs welcome. Be sure to bring plenty of water (even if it's not warm outside) and wear shoes with good tread - they will keep you and your feet happy. Consider sun screen and insect repellents too.

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Cost: The Hikes are free and a Recreation Passport is required for the State park entry. No RSVP required, just show up and have fun! These enjoyable hikes are planned to be held quarterly, so watch for future opportunities to enjoy a guided hike at Haven Hill.

 

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Highland State Recreation Area, 5200 E. Highland Rd, White Lake, Michigan.

Highland State Recreation Area is located east of Hartland and west of Pontiac on Highland Road (M-59) between Duck Lake and Bogie Lake Roads and is open from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm every day of the year, including holidays.

http://www.michigan.org/property/highland-recreation-area

http://www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/Details.aspx?id=455&type=SPRK

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PO Box 800, Highland, Michigan, 48357
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"Within one of the most picturesque, fascinating, and historically significant state parks in southeast lower Michigan, our goal is to combine the former Haven Hill estate history with Highland Recreation Area’s existing amenities, wilderness, and recreation."

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