Loop trails founded by American Indians, winding through mature stands of trees to the shore. The two loops of this trail follow the crests of tree-covered ancient dunes, well inland from today's shoreline. The dunes mark the post-glacial shoreline of Lake Michigan.
The mix of hardwoods and pines that cover the area provide welcome relief from summer heat. The trail is a portion of an Indian trail used to reach the shore area to fish and camp. Special attractions: Isolated beaches along Lake Michigan, and a sprinkling of wildflowers in wooded areas.
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