Anchoring the northeast corner of Arcadia Dunes-C.F. Mott Nature Preserve, more than 4 miles from Lake Michigan, Pete’s Woods 135-acre tract that lacks the impressive dunes or views of Baldy Trails or the miles of rugged single track that mountain bikers crave at DryHill Trail. But come May there is not a better place to experience the explosion of spring wildflowers than this patch of rugged woods. Pete’s Woods Trail is a 1.5-mile loop up and around a forested ridge. The landscape is hilly, but the hiking is surprisingly easy as the gradual climbs follow the natural contours of the ridge. If Swamp Road is passable, Pete’s Woods is a delightful snowshoe trek and in October the northern hardwood forests make it a place to view fall colors. But it’s spring when you want to be here when the wildflower display is unparalleled anywhere else. This map, produced by MichiganTrailMaps.com, includes: --10-foot contour lines --Location of the trailhead --Amenities icons for scenic views --Mileage flags marking the trail Along with photos, you can get a mile-by-mile description of the trail from MichiganTrailMaps.com at https://www.michigantrailmaps.com/member-detail/arcadia-dunes-petes-woods/
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