Eagle Harbor Township Conservation and Recreation Area

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Eagle Harbor Township Conservation and Recreation Area

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10 miles of beautiful looping trails make this area wonderful for season activities from hiking to skiing and snow shoeing. Wildlife viewing is unique at this site since there is an array of endangered plant and animal species that can be seen here. Be respectful of the wildlife as there are forty-four rare plant species, twenty-three endangered plant species, and several threatened bird species.

Follow US 41 north of Phoenix, turn west on the Eagle Harbor Road. Turn left on Pine street in Eagle Harbor and drive several blocks, past Seventh St. and the Pine Grove Cemetery, to the trailhead near Eliza Lake Park. Park along the street. (Parts of this trail traverse private property, so please be courteous!)

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