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This weekend is free fishing weekend. Enjoy safely all the parks have to offer with an ice fishing trip this weekend!

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If you know someone that has never tried ice fishing, this could be a great weekend to introduce them to the activity. Free Fishing Weekend is this Saturday and... Sunday and the Recreation Passport is not required to enjoy state parks and recreation areas during these days. Please keep these safety tips in mind if you're heading out on the ice - http://bit.ly/2SlWEtz

Details on Free Fishing Weekend - www.Michigan.gov/Fishing

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6. Februar um 07:27

The Masonic Lodge #130 from Stockbridge will host it's 6th annual fishing tournament at Silver Lake this Saturday, February 8, 2020. Good luck to all the participants. If you have questions, the contact info for the event is on the flyer.

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3. Februar um 12:28

Sunshine for 2 consecutive days?!!! Get outside and enjoy it! Our park is open year round - Come on out and enjoy nature at Pinckney Recreation Area!

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19. Dezember 2019

Safe and positive encounters with other trail users is the best way to have the best experience when visiting a park or recreation area.

Growing up outside of a small town in southwest Michigan, we rode our horses in countless places. We would ride all day and never see the same trail twice, let alone another person. Nearly all of our neighbors gave us permission to ride, walk, and cross-country ski on their properties. I remember a....americantrails.orgSafe Encounters with Horses on Shared-Use Trails - American TrailsGrowing up outside of a small town in southwest Michigan, we rode our horses in countless places. We would ride all day and never see the same trail twice, let alone another person. Nearly all of our neighbors gave us permission to ride, walk, and cross-country ski on their properties. I remember a....Growing up outside of a small town in southwest Michigan, we rode our horses in countless places. We would ride all day and never see the same trail twice, let alone another person. Nearly all of our neighbors gave us permission to ride, walk, and cross-country ski on their properties. I remember a....
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1. Dezember 2019

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Though often feared and loathed as sinister creatures of the night, bats are vital to the health of our environment and our economy. Learn more about why bats are so essential, the threats theyre facing, how were conserving bats and how you can help.fws.govBats are one of the most important misunderstood animalsThough often feared and loathed as sinister creatures of the night, bats are vital to the health of our environment and our economy. Learn more about why bats are so essential, the threats theyre facing, how were conserving bats and how you can help.Though often feared and loathed as sinister creatures of the night, bats are vital to the health of our environment and our economy. Learn more about why bats are so essential, the threats theyre facing, how were conserving bats and how you can help.
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30. November 2019

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27. November 2019

Ladies: Looking for a little winter getaway? Maybe spend some time with other outdoor minded women? This getaway up in Roscommon might be just what you need!

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27. November 2019

Come out and play in the parks this Black Friday! On Fri, Nov 29, the Recreation Passport fee will be waived! Read more about what you can do to #OptOutside here: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts//bulletins/26d0695

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Pinckney State Recreation Area
27. November 2019

FYI - Our Portage Lake Boat Launch will be closed on December 9th for the winter season.

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8. November 2019

Fox Sports Detroit highlights Pinckney Recreation Area! Meet our Park Manager, and learn about how volunteers really are making a difference in Michigan State Parks.

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Pinckney State Recreation Area
30. Oktober 2019

Our Potowatomi Trail has some beautiful views - Don't you think? Fall is a great time of year for a hike on the trails. Look at the wonderful picture mother nature can paint!

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Just a heads up, please pass the word, this Saturday, November 2, The bonfyre Trail running festival is on the DTE trails?. 10 AM till 3 PM.Sugar is available to ride. Thanks for sharing the trail!??

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13. Oktober 2019

It's awesome to see this healthy snake. When encountering, give them plenty of space. Typically they will not be aggressive unless they feel threatened.

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On the bike/hike trail.

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11. Oktober 2019 There is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Portage Lake on Saturday, October 12, 6 AM - 4 PMThere is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Portage Lake on Saturday, October 12, 6 AM - 4 PM
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11. Oktober 2019

The trails will be busy this weekend.

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Pinckney State Recreation Area
5. Oktober 2019 There is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Portage Lake on Sunday, October 6, 6 AM - 3 PMThere is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Portage Lake on Sunday, October 6, 6 AM - 3 PM
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5. Oktober 2019 There is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Halfmoon Lake on Sunday, October 6, 8 AM - 4 PMThere is a scheduled Fishing Tourney on Halfmoon Lake on Sunday, October 6, 8 AM - 4 PM
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Pinckney State Recreation Area
Jump to navigation Jump to search Pinckney State Recreation AreaSnowy river in Pinckney.jpgPinckney State Recreation Area in winterMap showing the location of Pinckney State Recreation AreaMap showing the location of Pinckney State Recreation AreaLocation within the state of MichiganLocationLower Peninsula, Livingston County, Washtenaw County, Michigan USANearestcityPinckney, MichiganCoordinates4225?34?N 8358?15?W? / ?42.42611N 83.97083WCoordinates: 4225?34?N 8358?15?W? / ?42.42611N 83.97083WArea17.2 mi2 (27.7 km2)Established1944GoverningbodyMichigan Department of Natural Resourceswww.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/details.aspx?id=484&type=SPRK

Pinckney State Recreation Area is a Michigan state recreation area in Dexter, Sylvan and Lyndon Townships, Washtenaw County and Putnam and Unadilla Townships, Livingston County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The park is 11,000 acres (4,500ha) and sits at an elevation of 922 feet (281m).[1] The park is connected to the nearby Waterloo State Recreation Area by the 35-mile (56km) WaterlooPinckney Trail. Pinckney State Recreation Area is open for year-round recreation including hiking, fishing, swimming, hunting and a variety of winter sports.[2]

History

Pinckney State Recreation Area comprises several connected, but scattered parcels of land that surround private lands and land owned by the University of Michigan.[3] The village of Pinckney is the largest settlement in the area, lying just to the east of the northeast corner of the park. Hell lies within the park and is the center of recreation at Pinckney State Recreation Area.[3][4][5]

Hell grew up around a sawmill, gristmill, distillery and tavern. All three were operated by George Reeves. Reeves moved to the area in the 1830s from the Catskill Mountains in New York. He purchased a sawmill on what is now known as Hell Creek in 1841. Reeves' family sold the land to a group of investors from Detroit in 1924. The investors increased the size of the millpond by raising the level of the dam creating what is now Hiland Lake. The area soon became a summer resort area attracting visitors for swimming and fishing. Henry Ford considered building some manufacturing facilities in the area but decided against it. Just west of the present Pinckney park, the federal government had developed the Waterloo recreational demonstration project in the 1930s and the state acquired the lease of that area in 1943. The next year, the Michigan Legislature appropriated monies for the purchasing of land in southeastern Michigan and for the construction of state parks.[6] The park grew through the 1940s and 1950s with money from a number of sources.

Geology

The area is covered with glacial moraines, kettle lakes, and swampy lowlands. Much of the area is open grasslands of abandoned agricultural fields with some oak forests on hilly areas with shrub swamps remaining in lowlands. Over 20 lakes, the largest at about 200 acres (81ha), are in the park. The area is in the Grand River and Huron River watersheds. The highest elevation is Stofer Hill at 1,150 feet (350m).[6]

Ecology

Most of the forested areas in Pinckney are on land too steep or deemed otherwise unsuitable for agriculture.[7] The stands that remain are smaller than 100 acres (40ha) and consist of deciduous trees, like white oak, red oak, black oak and hickory. The flatter terrain that was originally used as farmland was allowed to become overgrown with native plants like goldenrod and black-eyed susan, but invasive plants like knapweed, quack grass, timothy-grass, and white sweet clover have also taken hold. Other plants found in Pinckney, like the white lady's-slipper and rosepink, are classified as "threatened" and are protected under Michigan law.[8] Other species found in the park, like English sundew, are classified as "special concern."

Mammals found in Pinckney are typical of the region and include white-tailed deer, raccoons, and Virginia opossums. Typical avian species consist of various water birds such as blue-winged teals, snow and Canada geese, mallard and wood ducks, egrets, and great blue herons. Pinckney is also known by birders as a habitat for sandhill cranes.[7]

Recreation

Pinckney State Recreation Area is home to several campgrounds and many miles of hiking trails. Bruin Lake Modern Campground has 186 modern campsites. Electric service for recreational vehicles is provided along with modern restrooms. Other facilities at the campground include a boat launch, fishing and swimming areas and a playground.[2] Blind Lake Rustic Campground has ten rustic campsites with vault toilets. This campground is a hike-in camping area. Crooked Lake Campground is also a rustic campsite with 12 camping areas. Additionally, one yurt and one cabin are available to rent at the park.

Silver Lake is a center of park activities with swimming beach on the lake as well as access to a number of trails including the 17-mile (27km) Potawatomi mountain bike trail. The 35-mile (56km) Waterloo-Pinckney Hiking Trail runs through the two parks (passing through Park Lyndon County Park between them). The park is also open to hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, picnicking and boating.[2]

Trails

Crooked Lake Trail is a 5-mile-long (8.0km) trail that is open to hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing.[9] Equestrian Trail is an 8-mile (13km) equestrian trail. Horses are available at Hell Creek Corral, a private business near the park.[10] Losee Lake Trail is a 3.3-mile (5.3km) hiking-only trail.[11] Potawatomi Trail is a 17-mile (27km) trail that is open to hiking, cross-country skiing and mountain biking and provides access to the two rustic camping areas and the yurt at Glenbrook.[12] Silver Lake Trail is a 2-mile-long (3.2km) trail that is open to hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing.[13] WaterlooPinckney Trail is a 35-mile (56km) hiking trail which runs through Waterloo Recreation Area and Pinckney Recreation Area. The trail passes through glacial features such as eskers and kettle lakes and through swamps and open meadows remaining from fallow farms. Forest types include oak and pine. The trail was first developed in the 1960s and the last link across the county park was completed in 1986.[14]

Lakes

Pickney Recreation Area hosts several lakes open for recreation.

Silver Lake is not too far from the headquarters and is open to swimming, fishing, and boating. Crooked Lake has a boat launch and is adjacent a rustic campground. It is not open to swimming. Halfmoon Lake has a large swimming area, as well as a boat launch. Pickerel Lake no longer offers a boat launch, and was considered an unofficial nude beach/swimming area until about 1990. It now offers a swimming area, and no motor watercraft are allowed on the lake. Some consider it one of the best swimming lakes in the state, but it does not have much of a beach. Lake is sand bottomed. Floats are a common sight. Lake is about 56 feet (17m) deep at its deepest with lots of fish and turtles including snappers which don't seem to bother anyone. Very natural setting with no man made development visible around the lake.

References

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Sources

  • "Pinckney Recreation Area" (PDF). Supporting Analysis. Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved July 26, 2010.

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Park your RV, grab your bike, and hit the trails. Pinckney Recreation Area in southeastern Michigan was one of the first parks to welcome off-road cyclists on its trail system. Now, over 115,000 riders head to the park every year. From spring to fall, if the weather is favorable, youre sure to see lots of cyclists coming and going from the trailhead parking lot near the Silver Lake day-use area.

Experienced cyclists will appreciate a challenging and technical ride navigating hills and ridges. The most popular trail for advanced bikers is the Potawatomi Trail. Less experienced bikers will prefer the Silver Lake Trail. During the warmer months, RV campers can fish, swim, or picnic at one of the park's many lakes and day-use areas. Volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and a fishing pier are located at Silver Lake beach along with concessions, boat rentals, and a trail system.

Halfmoon Lake has a boat launch, picnic shelters, and a playground area. Both Silver Lake and Halfmoon Lake feature beaches and swimming. The Bruin Lake Modern Campground is the only campground in the park with RV parking spaces available. This campground is open from March to November, but the park is open year-round. RV campers are sure to enjoy the adventure that awaits them at Michigan's Pinckney Recreation Area.

Best Trails in Pinckney Recreation Area

Pinckney Recreation Area is a paradise for backpackers, mountain bikers, anglers and other recreation enthusiasts. Pinckney is known for its extensive trail system and chain of excellent fishing lakes. Twenty-six miles of multi-use trail with remote campsites afford a backcountry experience.

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