Department of Natural Resources
Recognition: Dedication by Natural Resources Commission Resolution (1956)
Size: 3,180 acres
Location: In the southeastern corner of Crawford County, 15 miles southeast of Grayling
Management: Au Sable State Forest
Activities: Canoeing, hiking, fishing, hunting, camping (adjacent), photography, wildlife viewing, scenic vistas
Importance: Much of the area was willed to the state in 1955, with the intention that it be used for the protection of the waterway. As a result, approximately nine miles of undeveloped land border the river, providing a scenic area for non-motorized recreation and solitude.
South Branch of the Au Sable River