Hiawatha National Forest
Located between three of the Great Lakes, within the central and eastern portion of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, lies the Hiawatha National Forest. Rolling hills forested with northern hardwoods, white pine and hemlock, flatland covered by red pine, jack pine and aspen, and large open and tree covered wetlands form the 879,000 acres of the Hiawatha National Forest.
The western section of the forest is primarily accessed from Escanaba by following State highway 41 north and US highway 2 east. The eastern section of the forest is primarily accessed from Interstate 75 on either State highway 28 or US highway 2.www.hobogrill.org