Outdoor Recreation Posts

Sep 29, 2017
One of the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission’s (WCPARC) main initiatives is connectivity, with the emphasis on the Border-to-Border Trail (B2B). All trail users, bicyclists, walkers, runners, joggers, rollerbladers, and stroller pushers are welcome throughout autumn on this non-motorized, ... Read more and see comments!

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Sep 20, 2017
Harvest time is here! Come on out to Manchester, a lovely farming community on the River Raisin in the southwest corner of Washtenaw County. From corn mazes, to cider and donuts, to roadside pumpkin stands to a village-wide Halloween celebration, Manchester is packed with authentic fall fun in a ... Read more and see comments!

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Sep 01, 2017
Mother Nature helps ease the transition between summer and winter by painting landscapes in such spectacular colors. Plan a trip to Ann Arbor this fall to experience what the Chicago Tribune calls the most charming college town in the Midwest. Ann Arbor gained the nickname “Tree Town” as ... Read more and see comments!

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Jul 07, 2017
The Ann Arbor area is an urban oasis – perfect for the traveler that loves great food and arts and cultural activities, but also wants to explore the great outdoors. We’ve gathered this season’s best community-generated photos from our Instagram account, to illustrate the beauty and ... Read more and see comments!

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May 10, 2017
The Detroit Metro Times featured six Washtenaw County trails in the article, 30 Stellar Michigan Hiking Trails that You Have to Explore. We've couldn't agree more! Next time you're visitng the Ann Arbor area, be sure to pack your hiking boots and hit these trails! Excerpts from the Metro ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 16, 2017
What flows for 104 miles and draws more than 2.5 million people each year? Southeast Michigan’s own Huron River! For kayaking, canoeing, fishing on a fly, and other freshwater pursuits, the Huron River Water Trail is a Michigan treasure worth exploring. Meet the Huron River Water Trail--104 miles ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 16, 2017
The Huron River is one of the best places in Michigan for smallmouth bass fishing. Our guest blogger Emma Schulte interviews the owner of Schultz Outfitters in Ypsilanti and learns what makes fly fishing a memorable experience for both beginners and experts alike.  If you’re not an avid ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 27, 2016
Chicago Tribune recently hailed Ann Arbor as a perfect destination for a Midwest Fall getaway. The area is packed with parks to view the beautiful fall colors, as well as orchards, mills, and corn mazes to get in the spirit of the brightly colored season! As we prepare for Halloween activities, ... Read more and see comments!

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Sep 23, 2016
Washtenaw County's Driving Tour of 19th and 20th Century Barns opens your eyes to beautiful structures that have stood the test of time. You can take a driving tour for yourself, or visit the tour virtually by clicking here. Keep reading to learn more about Washtenaw County's Historic Barns.        1. ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: HistoryOutdoor Recreation
Apr 25, 2016
The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. That means it’s time to celebrate spring in the Ann Arbor area! Here are six ways to experience the season. Get your geek on. Plan your next visit to coincide with Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, May 7 hosted by Vault of Midnight. ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 17, 2016
The Portage Lake 'Chain of Lakes' located in Washtenaw and Livingston Counties is comprised of seven lakes connected by the Huron River. Each lake has its own beauty and is an excellent destination for boaters and anglers. First in the chain – located in Washtenaw County within the Waterloo ... Read more and see comments!

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