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Glennie, Michigan

Located in the heart of the Huron National Forest, Glennie is surrounded by beautiful campgrounds in the state. They have attracted campers to the community for over 50 years. The nearby AuSable River is a world famous canoeing and fishing. The National Forest foot travel areas at Hoist Lakes and Reid Lake attract hikers and cross-country skiers. The new Eagle Ridge Golf Course is attracting golfers to the community. With four trailhead linkng to northeastern Michigan’s snowmobile trails, Glennie is also a popular destination for snowmobilers.

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ATTRACTIONS:  Amusement Parks, Casinos, Farms & Mills, Historic Sites, Lighthouses, Museums, Planetariums, Tours, Waterfalls, Wineries, and Zoos

Au Sable River [Wildlife Viewing Area] - U.S. Forest Service, Huron National Forest, Mio Ranger District, (989) 826-3252, Huron Shores Ranger District, Oscoda, (989) 739-0728; Consumers Energy.  Closest Towns: Grayling, Mio, McKinley, Curtisville, Glennie, Oscoda.  There are many access points along the Au Sable River. A good place to begin is the River Road National Scenic Byway. From Oscoda, drive west along River Road as it follows the river to M-65 and the Loud Dam Pond. Many of the Forest Service River Access Areas require a Huron-Manistee vehicle pass to park at the sites. Contact the U.S. Forest Service to inquire about a vehicle pass and for excellent maps of the river.  This stretch of the Au Sable River from Grayling to Lake Huron offers breathtaking scenery as well as excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. Panoramic vistas from high bluff overlooks, long wooden boardwalks over spring-fed streams, and miles of quiet, undeveloped shoreline all can be found along this scenic river that flows from Grayling to Oscoda. Consumers Energy owns and operates six hydroelectric dams along the Au Sable between Lake Huron and the town of Mio. Most of the river frontage is Huron National Forest land managed by the U.S. Forest Service or Consumers Energy lands. These lands provide a combination of developed and undeveloped outdoor recreation opportunities. Contact the Forest Service for hiking, canoeing, camping, skiing, and snowmobiling opportunities along the river corridor.  Good chance of seeing bald eagles along the river in any season. Eagles hunt for fish and waterfowl in the shallow areas of the river and in the reservoirs formed by the six hydro dams. A successful effort to re-establish native trumpeter swan populations has resulted in excellent opportunities to view the majestic birds on the hydro reservoirs. Deer and wild turkeys are common along the river corridor and in the adjacent woodlands. Watch for them along roadsides at dawn and dusk. While canoeing the river, you may see river otters, mink, beaver, trumpeter swans, mallards and mergansers, and many songbirds. The song of the secretive winter wren, the northern water thrush and the black and white warbler are common along many of the thicker riverbank habitats. The melodious and distinctive songs of these and the many other resident songbirds add to the beauty of a float down this very wild and scenic river."   The 23 mile stretch of the river from Mio downstream to the 401 Bridge is a designated National Scenic River. In the river, you may see trout, walleye, pike and bass. Fishing here is excellent. The AuSable may just be the finest brown trout flyfishing east of the Rockies. If that were not enough reason to visit the river, the AuSable is also one of the best canoeing rivers in the Midwest. The Au Sable makes an easy, beautiful float, and there are plenty of canoe liveries available in the area if you do not have your own boat.

Iargo Springs [Natural Attractions], 17b miles west of Oscoda.  Natural spring running into Au Sable River.  Steep drop-off from roadway to spring. Located on the River Road Scenic Byway, this site, considered a holy place by native Americans, offers a breathtaking view of the AuSable River Valley from a 30' high observation deck. For the adventurous, walk down 294 steps and enter a mystical place where underground springs come together and form cold water streams. Walk along the elevated boardwalk and enjoy the serenity.

Jack Pine Wildlife Viewing Tour [Wildlife Viewing Area] - U.S. Forest Service, Huron National Forest, Mio Ranger District, (989) 826-3252, Huron Shores Ranger District, Oscoda, (989) 739-0728; U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (517) 351-2555. Closest Towns: Mio, Glennie, Curtisville, McKinley, Fairview.  You can start at any point along the tour route, but it is recommended to start in Mio and head south on M-33 about 4 miles to Oscoda County Road 604 (Curtisville Road). From there, turn left (east) on Road 604 and follow the special logo signs. It is best, of course, to make sure you have the interpretive brochure with you which has a map of the tour route. Brochures can be obtained from the U.S. Forest Service, Mio Ranger District office, (989) 826-3252. The office is located on the east side of M-33 just north of downtown Mio. The Jack Pine Wildlife Viewing Tour is a 58-mile auto tour loop featuring the federally endangered Kirtland's warbler and other wildlife found in the unique jack pine ecosystem. The tour follows well-maintained county and state roadways and is marked with special road signs designating the tour route. Tour brochures are available at the U.S. Forest Service office in Mio. Restrooms and picnic facilities are available at various interpretive stops along the route. The auto tour goes through a variety of habitats and offers a scenic drive through country where many species of wildlife can be observed. It was designed specifically as a wildlife viewing trail. It provides opportunities to see bald eagles, loons, river otters, beavers, bluebirds, herons, grouse, wild turkeys, and many others. The tour has twelve stops identified with a special logo sign. These sites each have an informative interpretive panel, and include scenic overlooks of the world famous Au Sable River, several of its tributary streams, a picture-postcard lake, and hiking trails. The tour route passes through Huron National Forest lands that are managed for the Kirtland's warbler. Several interpretive stops highlight the successful forest management techniques that are bringing this beautiful songbird back from the brink of extinction. There are many other songbirds that live in these public forest lands, and can be seen or heard at the Kirtland's warbler interpretive sites. Guided tours to see Kirtland's warblers and other wildlife of the jack pine ecosystem are available from mid-May through early July. These tours are popular, so reservations are recommended. The tours are led by the U.S. Forest Service in Mio and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in Grayling (see phone numbers above).  Kirtland's warbler nesting areas are closed to public entry during nesting season (may 1 to september 10) to protect these ground-nesting birds. Closed areas are posted with signs. Please do not enter posted areas on foot or drive off public roads.

Lumberman's Monument Visitor Center, Junction of River and Monument Roads, Huron-Manistee National Forests, Oscoda Township, MI 48750

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DINING 0UT:  Breweries, Dinner Trains & Cruises, Restaurants, and Wineries

Chat N' Chew Restaurant [Family Style], 3310 State Rd, Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3383

Eagle Ridge Golf Course [Golf Course & Restaurant], 3501 State Rd., Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3500

Glennie Tavern, 3229 State Road, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3981

Sung Yong Kitchen [Korean Cuisine, Open April-November], 6507 Iosco St., South Branch, Michigan 48761, Phone: (989) 257-7878

PLACES TO STAY:  Apartments, Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins & Cottages, Condominiums, Historic Inns, Hotels & Motels, Resorts and Vacation Homes

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Alcona Canoe Rental & Campground [Canoe & Kayak Rentals, Campground, Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 6531 Bamfield Rd., Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2973

Alcona Park [Campground & Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 2550 South AuSable, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3881, Email:  information@alconapark.com

Brunwig Cabins, 3391 Pine Acres Road, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 728-6615

Emerald Apartments [Apartment Rentals], 7985 N. M-65, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone:  (989) 735-2371, Email: christopherclouse@hotmail.com

Lau's Lake Lodging [Cabin & Cottage Rentals],  6839 Slosser Rd., Hale, MI 48739, Phone:  (989) 728-5832, Email: lauslogcabin@yahoo.com

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Oak Ridge Resort [Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 6341 M-65, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone (989) 728-2911

The Pines Bed & Breakfast [Bed & Breakfast, Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 4135 Bamfield Rd., Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3661, Email: mail@pinesbandb.com

Rollway Resort & Canoe Rental [Canoe & Kayak Rentals, Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 6160 Rollways Rd, Hale, Michigan 48739, Phone: (989) 728-3322, Email: Information@RollwayResort.com

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS:  Business, Civic, Clubs, Fraternal, Political, Religious, Social,  Veteran, etc.

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Chapel In The Pines Fellowship Church [Nondenominational], 4545 Alcona St., South Branch, Michigan 48761, Phone: (989) 735-2059, Email: Pastor@ChapelInThePinesFellowshipChurch.com

Glennie Seventh Day Adventists Church [Adventist], 4874 F 30, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2064

"Our Kids" Organization [Children’s Charity], P. O. Box 89, Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2921

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INDOOR & OUTDOOR RECREATION:  Beaches, Biking, Boating, Bowling, Camping, Dog-sledding, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking, Hunting, Kayaking, ORVing, Nature & Parks, Scuba Diving & Snorkling, Skating & Hockey, Skiing, Sports Rentals, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing.

Alcona Canoe Rentals & Campground [Canoe & Kayak Rental, Campground, Cabin Rentals], 6531 Bamfield Rd., Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2973

 

Alcona Park [Campground & Cabin Rentals], 2550 South AuSable, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3881, Email: information@alconapark.com

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Dockside Marine, Inc. [Boat Sales,  Service & Storage], 4320 State Rd, Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2170, Email: docksidemarine92@netscape.net

Eagle Ridge Golf Course [Golf Course & Restaurant], 3501 State Rd., Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3500

Gabions National Forest Campground, Huron-Manistee National Forests, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 739-0728. 6 campsites

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Gordon's Live Bait [Bait & Tackle Shops], 6075 State Rd, Glennie, MI 4873, Phone: (989) 728-2248

Hoist Lake Foot Travel Area (Hiking & Cross Country Skiing)

Horseshoe Lake National Forest Campground, Forest Road 4124, Huron-Manistee National Forests, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 739-0728. Horseshoe Lake Campground is a small, secluded campground positioned on  beautiful Horseshoe Lake. The lake offers a variety of fishing  opportunities. The one-mile walk around the north end of the lake  provides many opportunities to see beaver, deer and other wildlife. Nine campsites with tables and fire rings. For information, write: Huron  Shores Ranger Station, 5761 N. Skeel Road, Oscoda, MI 48750.

 

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Lone Wolf Archery [Archery Shops], 3893 Grey Rd, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3358

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Michigan Shore to Shore Riding & Hiking Trail [Equestrian Trails], 5806 E. State Rd., Hale, MI 48739,  Phone: (989) 473-3205.. This 400 mile trail is maintained by the Michigan Trail Riders Association (MTRA). For Trail Maps contact the MTRA at Phone: (989) 473-3205.

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Monument National Forest Campground, Huron Shores Ranger Station, 5761 North Skeel Road, Oscoda MI 48750. Phone: (989) 739-0728. Monument Campground is located in Iosco County, Michigan. The nearest communities are Tawas City to the southeast, Oscoda to the east and Glennie and Hale to the west. Monument Campground is a fully accessible camping area within a red pine plantation. The campground was established by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's and recently upgraded with paved spurs, accessible toilets and grills. It is located next to Lumberman's Monument Visitor Center. The campground offers a secluded, natural camping experience with many opportunities to view wildlife. 19 campsites.

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Northwinds Taxidermy [Taxidermist], 4203 Sawmill Rd, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2101

Pine River National Forest Campground, Rearing Pond Trail (Forest Road 4121), Huron Manistee National Forest, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 739-0728. Pine River Campground offers a variety of recreation opportunities such as hunting, picnicking, mushroom gathering and berry picking. Fishing for steelhead and trout is also popular in this area. This beautiful campground is located on the south branch of the Pine River and allows families to experience and enjoy nature. This area is also a prime location for viewing habitat for the endangered Kirtland's warbler songbird. 11 campsites.

Reid Lake Foot Travel Area, Hwy M-72 & Kohler Road, Barton City, MI 48705, Phone: (989) 739-0728

Rollway Resort & Canoe Rental [Canoe & Kayak Rentals, Cabin & Cottage Rentals], 6160 Rollways Rd, Hale, Michigan 48739, Phone: (989) 728-3322, Email: Information@RollwayResort.com

SERVICES:  Building, Dental, Personal, Professional, Medical, Real Estate, Rental, Repair, etc.

Bill’s Tree Service [Tree Services], 3335 Bissonette Rd., Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2487

D & J Forest Products [Logging Companies], 3594 South Bissonette Rd., Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (810) 444-4255

Dockside Marine, Inc. [Boat Sales,  Service & Storage], 4320 State Rd, Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2170, Email: docksidemarine92@netscape.net

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Glennie Real Estate [Real Estate Agencies], 3240 State Rd., P.O. Box 121, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-3716

Glennie Storage, 3327 W. Bamfield Road, PO Box 188, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2371, Email: christopherclouse@hotmail.com

Heritage House Realty PC [Real Estate Agencies], 3190 M-65, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-5811

Jake’s Excavating & Landscaping [Excavating Contrators, Landscaping Contractors], 5091 F-30, Glennie, MI 48737

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Roger’s Self Serve [Gas & Service Stations],  3255 State Rd, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone; (989) 735-4481

TechArt [Computer Sales & Service], 5710 Clouse Road, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2997

SHOPPING:  Antique Shops & Flea Markets, Art & Craft Galleries, Florists, Gift Shops, Outlet Malls, Shopping Centers, Shopping Districts, and Specialty Shops

Dockside Marine, Inc. [Boat Sales,  Service & Storage], 4320 State Rd, Glennie, Michigan 48737, Phone: (989) 735-2170, Email: docksidemarine92@netscape.net

Glennie Party Store [Convenience Stores],  3289 State Rd, Glennie, MI 48737, Phone: Phone number (989) 735-2156

Harger’s Garden Center [Greenhouses, Garden Centers & Nurseries], 4711 Baker Road, Glennie, MI 48737-9768, Phone: (989) 735-2277, Email: hargersgc@yahoo.com

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