Pine River Rearing Run Path
The picnic area is a Civilian Conservation Corps construction from the mid-1900's. This path is within a premier area for viewing Kirtland's warblers. Other recreation opportunities include hunting, picnicking, mushroom gathering and berry picking. Fishing for trout is also popular.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Annual services at the trail will resume for spring on April 15|
|Operational Hours:||Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise posted. Forest quiet hours apply.|
|Fees:||Concessionaire Fee - Day Use Fee (per day): Per Person: $5.00|
|Permit Info:||Special Use Permit -
|Open Season:||April 15 - November 30|
|Closest Towns:||Mikado, Glennie|
|Operated By:||Camp Management Service - Fischer|
From Oscoda -
- Travel north on US-23/N. State St./Huron Rd. for .9 miles.
- Turn left and travel west.
- Turn right and travel north on CR-F41 for 13.2 miles.
- Turn left and travel west on CR-F30 for 8.5 miles.
- Turn left and travel south on Rearing Pond Trail/Forest Rd. 4121 for 3 miles.
Location - Pine River, Pine River Campground
Nearby Recreation Areas -
- Reid Lake Semi-Primitive Nonmotorized Area
Setting - Developed
County - Alcona
Seasonal and Other Information -
- Gated when closed.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information