Daily Archives: September 16, 2009

  • Hike Through History in the Jordan River Valley

    If the trails and overlooks of the Jordan River Valley could talk they’d tell tales of loggers, death, railroad beds and men looking to get through the Depression.

  • Getting Lost, And Found, in the Jordan River Valley

    The Jordan River Valley in Antrim County is, truly, 18,000 acres of wild. Lynda Twardowski set out for an overnight adventure and shares the moral of her story: Bring a map.

  • Hike To or From the Jordan River National Fish Hatchery

    Whether you hike the 10-mile loop and arrive at the Jordan River National Fish Hatchery or arrive by car, you’ll learn a lot about the trout that make the Jordan River a blue-ribbon trout stream.

  • Video: Exploring The Jordan River Valley

    Get inspired for a day-trip or an overnight as you wander the tree-lined Jordan River Pathway and gaze out at the spectacular vista from Deadman’s Hill Scenic Overlook.

  • 5 Quiet routes for road cycling in Northern Michigan

    Taking the beautiful cycling routes less-traveled near Traverse City, Harbor Springs, Cadillac, Grayling and Boyne City.

  • Movies Under the Stars at Honor's Cherry Bowl Drive-In

    It’s 1950s fun at the Cherry Bowl Drive-In, near Traverse City, with today’s top, family-friendly movies paired with mini-golf, a great diner and all the romance of drive-in movies under the stars.

  • Chill Out with Michigan Microbrews at the Glen Arbor BBQ & Brew Fest

    Bell’s, Short’s and other breweries star at the second annual Glen Lake BBQ and Brew Festival, a lakeside shindig in Glen Arbor.

  • jordan river Overnight Hike and Camp in the Jordan River Valley

    Easy hike and overnight camp in the Jordan River Valley, an 18,000-acre, wild landscape in Antrim County offering spectacular views, The Jordan River Pathway (an 18-mile trail), and the first river in Michigan to be named a federal Wild and Scenic River.