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Protected & Owned by Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy and Little Traverse Conservancy. Managed by GTRLC.

Visitors enjoy a short trail and boardwalk to a viewing platform that overlooks beautiful St. Clair Lake. A seat on the platform is a wonderful place to have lunch and watch the water and many birds. The preserve encompasses a one mile stretch of undeveloped shoreline that is excellent for canoeing and kayaking. The natural area has a small parking area and a rustic canoe/kayak launch.

Read the St. Clair-Six Mile Lake chapter from our 25th anniversary publication Love the Land: Pass it On.

Certain types of hunting are allowed in accordance with state regulations:

  • Deer hunting; all forms.
  • Small game and turkey hunting.
  • PLEASE NOTE that hunting rights are deed restricted in the striped area shown on this map. Permitted hunting areas are not delineated on the ground with signs, so please review and familiarize yourself with the map well as the boundaries and safety zones around occupied structures prior to hunting. Hunters may want to call to verify they are hunting in a permitted area. For more information, contact Steve Lagerquist at (231) 929-7911.
  • No trapping

For more information, please visit our Hunting Regulations page.


St. Clair Lake-Six Mile Lake Trails

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