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Reid Lake Foot Travel Area

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Reid Lake The Reid Lake Area is a little over 3,000 acres in size. The forest in the area is primarily hardwoods and creates a small, remote, lake environment. The lake is a small, 13-acres, with a variety of fish. Twelve miles of gently rolling trail will lead you around Reid lake. The trails are…

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2 Reviews of Reid Lake Foot Travel Area

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Dan N.
Reviewed Sep. 29, 2016

Easy backpacking

This is not a drive-up campground. There are many backpacking shelters (and pit toilets) scattered throughout the easy forested trails here, so it’s the perfect place to take a first-time backpacker or a group of scouts (to scatter throughout the park). The sites closest to parking lots are only…

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Reviewed Jun. 30, 2016

Reid lake

I took a hike around the lake and it was wonderful.The hike wasn't too hard and is perfect for everyone. It was only 4 miles for the whole thing. There is a lot of squirrels and is running everywhere. There wasn't a lot of people on the trail

Location

Reid Lake Foot Travel Area is located in Michigan

Directions

From Harrisville - M-72 Parking/Trailhead Travel west on M-72 for 19 miles. Turn left and travel south on FR 4243 to parking lot. Fowler Road Parking/Trailhead Travel west on M-72 for 14 miles. Turn left and travel south on Stout Rd. for 2 miles. Turn right and travel west on Fowler Rd.for 2 miles to parking are.

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44.65296888 N
83.6754174 W

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Reid Lake The Reid Lake Area is a little over 3,000 acres in size. The forest in the area is primarily hardwoods and creates a small, remote, lake environment. The lake is a small, 13-acres, with a variety of fish. Twelve miles of gently rolling trail will lead you around Reid lake. The trails are open for back-country skiing in the winter, and are not groomed. Difficulty on the trails ranges from easy to more difficult. Flickr Photo Album

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