The Michigan Natural Area Where You Can Hike Across Multiple Bridges Is A Grand Adventure

If there’s one thing that’s true about Michigan, it’s that you’re never too far away from an amazing outdoor adventure. The Seven Bridges Natural Area is a 314-acre nature preserve in Kalkaska County that’s home to one of the most peaceful bridge hikes in Michigan. While many bridges in Michigan will give you grandiose overlooks from high above the tree line, this particular bridge hike puts you closer to the ground so that you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the natural area.

If you’ve ever visited the Seven Bridges Natural Area, let us know in the comments below. For more bridge hikes in Michigan, check out Little Mac, the longest suspension bridge in Michigan!

Address: Seven Bridges Nature Area, Valley Rd, Rapid City, MI 49676, USA

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