Seiners Point

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The Michigan DNR portal shows this unnamed trail is open to ORV use. The trail leads to Seiners Point, an interdunal swale along Lake Michigan. The name Seiners Point is given here for documentation purposes. The western half of the road to Seiners Point is comprised of rough dirt and is extremely tight with overgrowth that is doable but difficult for vehicles with rooftop tents. A saw will most likely be required. East of the Point, the road becomes wider and gravel. It provides access to three lakes: Duel Lake, Mud Lake, and the main attraction, Lake Michigan. The southern portion that travels along Seiners Point gives access to a pristine beach along Lake Michigan. To see Lake Michigan, you must walk about 50 yards - no vehicles are allowed on the beach. Don't be fooled into following the illegal access road to the Lake. Camping can be found near Duel Lake and Lake Michigan. The northeastern section road travels alongside gigantic boulders covered in moss and surrounded by exceptionally tall ferns before giving way to another network of DNR roads.