Upper Peninsula: 10. Van Riper State Park

Storm, Roger E.; Wedzel, Susan M.
January 1997
Hiking Michigan;1997, p39
Book Chapter
Chapter 10 of the book "Hiking Michigan" is presented. It offers information on the Van Riper State Park in Upper Peninsula, Michigan. The park is located in the heart of moose country. It also boasts a .5 mile stretch of frontage on Lake Michigamme. Park trails include the Old Wagon Road Trail, Main Trail and the Miners Loop. A map of the park is also presented.


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