East Firelane Trail is a 2.6-mile trail deep inside the Gladwin State Forest. While not a difficult trail as it lacks obstacles, it is comprised primarily of soft sand and dirt that could turn into mud after heavy rain. There are also miles of unmarked trails throughout this section of the State Forest.
It offers many rustic camping opportunities overlooking marshland or hidden in the forest. A camping spot with a great view can be found at 44.02622, -84.18108.
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