Friday, May 6, 2011

Hiking the Grass River Natural Area~

Nestled in the hills of Antrim County in Michigan's northwest corner of the lower peninsula, the GRNA encompasses lakes, a meandering river, rushing streams and crystal clear creeks — a haven for plant and animal life, including both rare and endangered species spanning five distinct ecotones. This natural eco-guardian project and adventure in environmental tourism lies midway on the renowned Chain of Lakes waterway, a connector of Torch and Clam lakes, and Lake Bellaire.

The Grass River Natural Area is a must see when you come up north and stay with us here at the Applesauce Inn.  It is 10 minutes from the Inn~and well worth the trip!  Bring your binoculars and cameras because the scenery and wildlife are so wonderfully abundant! 

Visit our website for this and many more "daycation" ideas that are around our area~ Applesauce Inn B&B

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