Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park

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If you find yourself in northern Michigan during your family vacation, one of the places worth checking out is Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park. Here, nature’s everywhere!

Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park has over 600 acres of land with three miles of trails surrounded by beautiful forests, wildflowers, and scenic views. There's even the chance of seeing a variety of wildlife.

Along with the traditional ways of exploring the trail, they provide guests with a unique way of discovering the forest through their adventure tour.

This special guided tour experiences takes people over the Forest Canopy Bridge, down the 425-foot Eagle's Flight Zip Line, and up the five-story Treetop Discovery Climbing Wall.

While you're there, you can visit the Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse! The lighthouse closed in 1957 when the Mackinaw Bridge opened up.

Todd got a tour of the park and lighthouse, watch the video above to see the place for yourself!


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