Protected & managed by the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy, owned by the State of Michigan.
Once slated for subdivision, this amazing place is now a jewel for all to enjoy. Known for its beautiful, rustic bridges, this enchanting property has more than a mile of frontage on the Rapid River. A trail and boardwalk wander through cedar trees and over bridges spanning the Rapid River, which is braided into several channels here. The remains of a sawmill built in 1882 can still be seen when crossing the first three bridges. Despite its name, only four bridges exist today.
Also check out The Story of Seven Bridges from Traverse Magazine
Hunting is allowed on much of the property. For more information and up-to-date rules and regulations, please contact the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Traverse City field office at (231) 922-5280.
Dogs are welcome, but they must be leashed at all times! Click here to find out why.