Most Michiganders Haven’t Heard Of Little Mac, The Longest Wooden Suspension Bridge In The Lower Peninsula

Michigan is overflowing with hidden gems. From underrated trails to secret beaches full of natural beauty, there’s no shortage of lovely spots to uncover throughout the Great Lakes State. One hiking area here in Michigan houses an impressive pedestrian bridge that might have slipped under your radar — until now.

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For more information about Manistee River Trail and Little Mac, click here. Have you been lucky enough to cross this pedestrian bridge during past visits to the area? Share your experiences with us in the comments. Or, if you want to recommend another hidden Michigan treasure for a future piece, be sure to fill out our recommendation form here.

If you’re looking for another place to unwind, check out this boardwalk trail in Michigan.

Address: Upper River Rd, Mesick, MI 49668, USA