Warren Dunes State Park

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Warren Dunes State Park


Location:In Berrien County, 2.5 miles south of Bridgman on the west side of Red Arrow Highway.
Facilities:180 modern campsites, 36 rustic campsites, mini-cabins, organization campground, picnic area, shelter (é), beach house (é), hiking trails (6 miles), concession/store.
Activities:Camping, swimming, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation.
Special Features:Park is located along the shores of Lake Michigan and features a rugged dune formation rising 260 feet above the lake, offering great views and excellent hang gliding. Park is open year round.
Address:12032 Red Arrow Hwy
Sawyer, MI 49125

Phone:269-426-4013
Web: www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/ParksandTrailsInfo.aspx?id=504
Size: 1,952 acres.

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Both Warren Dunes State Park and Warren Woods State Park are named for Edward Warren.
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2010); and a survey of two coastal pine stands in Warren Dunes State Park (Smith and Woodland, 2007).
To reach these lakes you walk across the Stackpole Warren Dunes.
The geomorphic history of the dunes in the Grand Marais Embayment (including Warren Dunes State Park) were the subject of a classic study by Tague (1946), who assigned ages to dunes based on their position in the landscape.
There are five Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) in Hartlepool ( Seaton Dunes and Common, Summerhill, Greatham Beck, Hart Warren Dunes and the Hart to Haswell Walkway.
Set amidst a wild haven that includes the conifer plantation of the Newborough Forest and the blooming Newborough Warren dunes,Llandwyn beach is a golden oasis of tranquility.
After visiting Warren Dunes StatePark further south, you may figure you've seen enough dunes, but the best is yet to come.
The post is funded by English Nature and Mr Davies will help manage the four existing local nature reserves in the borough - Greatham Beck, the Hart to Haswell Walkway, Seaton Dunes and Hart Warren Dunes.
They are worried about the increasing numbers of vehicles in areas designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserves including the North Gare, Seaton Dunes and Hart Warren Dunes, near Crimdon.