Visit The Site Of A Former Michigan Lumber Town At Muskallonge Lake State Park
Michigan is home to upwards of one hundred state parks, rendering it a true wonderland for those who appreciate the great outdoors. While some of our most popular natural destinations draw in countless visitors throughout the year, others have managed to slip under the radar among tourists and Michiganders alike. One underrated state park perfectly combines history and scenery to make for an unforgettable excursion, and you’ll want to check it out for yourself.
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