The Hiawatha Forest Main Trail at Hiawatha Forest Open Space in Grand Haven, Michigan is an easy 1.7-mile out-and-back trail that features a peaceful hike through the woods.
This trail starts at the West entrance of the larger, Eastern section of the open space and goes nearly to the far side of the forest. It is basically a straight shot out-and-back on relatively level terrain.
As hikers proceed East past the primary junction that leads to the main clearing area, they will want to exercise caution as the trail can be icy in the winter months or partially flooded during the summer.
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