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From Michigan Route 28 (M-28) north of Deerton, Michigan in Alger County, take North Point Road/Laughing Whitefish Road (a dirt road) about 2 miles north. Follow the road signs to the pathway. Parking is available.
The trail is very rustic and hardly groomed but well marked with blue spray paint. If you are hoping to see ruins if historical significance then you will be disappointed. There are signs with pictures describing what is believed was once there. It’s very buggy so spray down completely before you go. It’s also muddy so you will want hiking boots. Anything of real concern, though, has wooden planks. It has tons of roots so watch your step. I have no idea how anyone skis that path.
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