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Full Moon Snowshoe Hikes in Grayling by Moonlight
There is nothing more beautiful in winter than a full moon reflecting through the trees on a blanket of fresh snow. What better way to enjoy this scene then by heading out to Hartwick Pines State Park on your snowshoes!
Hartwick Pines State Park will offer a full moon guided snowshoe hike on December 29, February 2 and March 2 at 7:30 p.m. Please call the visitor center at Hartwick Pines at 989-348-2537 or stop in at the Visitor Center (normally open daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the weekend although they are often there at other times) to sign up. Some snowshoes are available to use for free, however check for availability when registering. Approximately a two mile hike through unbroken snow, intermediate level of difficulty. Meet at the Contact Station
Hartwick Pines State Park is 9,672 acres and is located just 9 Miles outside of Grayling Michigan. Home to a variety of forest types, it also features many opportunities to hike, bike, ski, explore and learn.
DNR – Hartwick Pines Visitor Center (michigan.gov) is located at 4216 Ranger Rd. in Grayling. For more information on the programs at Hartwick Pines, please call 989-348-2537. There is no charge for the snowshoe hikes; however a Recreation Passport is required for park entry.