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Mason Tract Pathway

Canoe Harbor Road, Grayling, MI
+1 517-348-6371
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Beautiful classic ski trail

This is a picturesque quiet ski trail along the Au Sable river. There are some long gradual... read more

Reviewed 19 January 2017
John G
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Garrett, Indiana
Float in AuSable river boat. Thank you George Mason!

If you can float the Mason tract in the Fall the colors are fantastic, Be sure to take a shore... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
Jerry R
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Canoe Harbor Road, Grayling, MI
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+1 517-348-6371
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

This is a picturesque quiet ski trail along the Au Sable river. There are some long gradual downhill runs but overall the trail is fairly easy to manage. The scenery is remarkable and there is a gentleness to the entire area.

Thank John G
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

If you can float the Mason tract in the Fall the colors are fantastic, Be sure to take a shore lunch.

Thank Jerry R
Reviewed 13 October 2016 via mobile

This is a well kept pathway. Very secluded and quiet. The path along the river is soothing and restful. It would have been nice to spend more time there.

Thank playparkfun
Reviewed 16 September 2016

We hiked the section of this trail beginning at the Chase Bridge on Chase Bridge road. There is a small parking area next to the South Branch of the Au Sable river. There is easy access to the river at this point as well. The...More

Thank Vkaser
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Great for hiking and canoeing--we did both. This preserved wilderness is peaceful and lovely. We saw just a few other hikers, some fishermen and lots of birds. The water level gets a little low later in the season, so we did get stuck a few...More

Thank MichiganTravelwriter
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

We brought our sea eagle inflatable kayak to navigate a portion of the river yesterday. We found it so beautiful we decided to extend our trip one day so that we could kayak the entire mason tract. Amazing natural beauty

Thank Brian K
Reviewed 10 June 2016

So peaceful. We canoe down the river any chance we can. We love this stretch of the Au Sable over all other canoe trips. After a 5-6 hour trip you may see less than 10 houses, it's all nature baby!

Thank Janesays_11
Reviewed 8 June 2016

The Mason Tract is a tract of thousands of acres set aside for complete immersion in a stretch of beautiful river country. Aside from some structures at Canoe Harbor and Fisherman's Chapel, built of natural local materials, there are no structures, no cottages, no nothing...More

2  Thank boothman2016
Reviewed 8 June 2016

I live on the South Branch of the Au Sable, I kayak it all the year long~! My buddies and I like to use our muzzle loaders during deer season and cross bows during archery season

Thank Mike P
Reviewed 24 March 2016

I was visiting my family from Grayling and I am from McHenry,IL and I loved it. It was so nice and would recommend it.

Thank brandonchaples2013
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