While this property was protected by GTRLC, it is owned and managed by Antrim County. Please contact them with any issues.
This 156-acre northern Michigan gem, with nearly one mile of undeveloped shoreline on Lake Michigan, was saved from residential development when GTRLC, the Jones family, and local officials from Banks Township and Antrim County came together to protect the property in 1994. The property has been owned and managed by Antrim County since 1996.
Antrim Creek is comprised of an incredible array of landscapes including hardwood forest, forested wetland, conifer swamp, shrub thicket, meadow, wet meadow, coastal dune and a portion of Antrim creek, including its mouth where it empties into Lake Michigan. The natural area offers a trail system, beach access, parking and bathroom facilities.
Read the Antrim Creek chapter from our 25th-anniversary publication Love the Land: Pass it On.
For more information and up-to-date rules and regulations, please contact Antrim County at (231) 533-6265 or visit their website here.
Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers! Boats and anglers can significantly contribute to the spread of invasive species in Michigan’s waterways. Every time you launch into or leave a body of water, please do the following to prevent their spread:
- Clean boats, trailers, and equipment and remove all mud, debris, and aquatic plant material
- Drain water from watercraft, including live wells, bilges, and ballast tanks
- Dry watercraft and equipment thoroughly
- Dispose of bait in the trash–please do not release bait into the water!