We now have available the new 2019 edition topo map of the High Country Pathway and the Pigeon River Country State Forest!
They are available at the DNR Headquarters building located at 9966 Twin Lakes Road and at the Discovery Center located directly behind the DNR building.
Also available at: www.pigeonriver.com,Village Market, DNR Operations Center on M32, White Birch Outfitters, Gaylord Tourism Bureau, Atlanta Management HQ on M33, Otsego Lake State Park and Clear Lake State Park
There are several new features that will enhance your enjoyment of traveling within the PRCSF
The 2019 Annual Meeting was an Overwhelming Successful Event!
On Saturday July 20th over 40 PRCA members,guests and PRCA board members met at the Discovery Center.
A lot of information was shared about the past year in the Pigeon River Country State Forest. A special report by Paul Rose, Chair of the Pigeon River Country Advisory Council (PRCAC) was enjoyed by all.
Several question were fielded during the "Public Comment" session.
During the "Future Projects" session the membership voted to accept a grant offered by the Northeastern Michigan Council of Governments (NEMCOG) to buy trail maintenance equipment to be used on the trails within the PRC.
Several presentations were made that will be covered in detail when the 2019 Annual Meeting minutes are posted here shortly.
A dog taking it easy in the summertime. Perhaps this was one of those "dog days" we hear so much about!!
Celebrate 100 years of the Pigeon River Country State Forest and the 45 anniversary of the Pigeon River Country Advisory Council
Friday, October 18, 2019
3:00 p.m.-Discovery Center doors will open, come explore the exhibits and mingle with others
4:00-5:00 p.m. program includes:
Welcome and Introductions
Remarks from DNR Director Dan Eichinger
P.S. Lovejoy Award Presentation
5:30-pm-Business Meeting-Pigeon River Country Advisory Council-Public is welcome to attend
Pigeon River Country Discovery Center
9984 Twin Lakes Road
Vanderbilt, Michigan 49795
Directions from Gaylord
(Parking will be available in the front lot at the Headquarters building. Follow the gravel path to the front of the Discovery Center)
Join us if you are a user of the forest, community leader, past council member, partner, volunteer or just would like to know more about this great place.
It’s time to celebrate the 100 year legacy and people that have helped shape the Pigeon River Country State Forest!