Seven Lakes State Park - Lantern-lit Hike

Date:  February 26, 2021  
Time:  05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Location: Seven Lakes State Park, 14390 Fish Lake Road, Holly, MI 48442

Contact: Andrew Cole, park supervisor 248-634-7271

Snowy Lantern-lit Trail through the woods

Come join us for a self-guided lantern-lit hike through the snow covered forests of Seven Lakes State Park. There will be 1.5 miles of trail lit with lanterns to guide visitors over forested hills. The trail will start and finish at the Dickinson Picnic Shelter. To ensure we are meeting the requirements outlined in the MDHHS gathering order, pre-registration is required this year and will become available February 1 (Check back here at that time). Groups will register for a specific arrival time in order to assist with social distancing on the trail and there will be a limited number of participants. 

If you think you will work up an appetite while hiking? Bring hotdogs and S'mores materials, and reserve a campfire for your household. Campfires will be available in the campground for a small donation of $20 which includes a bundle of wood and the fire starting. All donations will go toward future improvement projects here at the park. There will be an option to reserve a campfire when you register for the event. All donations will be non-refundable. 

In the event that the event is canceled due to bad weather or road conditions a text will be sent to the individual that registered your group. If you have other questions please call the park office at 248-634-7271. Cancellations will be determined no later than, Thursday Feb. 25, and will  also be posted on the Seven Lakes State Park Facebook page.

A Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into Michigan state parks. To make a camping reservation, visit www.midnrreservations.com or call 1-800-447-2757.

Please Note: Dates occasionally change and events may be canceled due to inclement weather and other reasons. Please call the park to confirm dates/times prior to your arrival.

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