Sometimes called the Great Lakes State, Michigan has more coastline than any state other than Alaska. The capital is Lansing.
The racial makeup of the county was There were 58, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the county, the population was spread out with The median age was 37 years. For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Parks and recreation[ edit ] Blackman Park: The trail has been dedicated as a Jackson County Park.
The trail is mostly rural, with only a few road crossings. The trail continues as the Intercity Trail for another 3. It is located on Stony Lake in a wooded area with wetlands. It was created in and is the second oldest Boy Scout camp in America.
Usually every spring, all the local Boy Scout troops in the area come and compete against each other for the weekend. The campground is on the shores of Big Wolf Lake and consists of acres 0. It has a dining hall and bathrooms with showers.
It is located in Leoni Township in the eastern part of the county. The park contains the Cascades Championship Golf Course, one with 18 holes and a short course with 9 hole, as well as two large play structures, basketball court, baseball and softball fields and a popular paved walking path.
It is famous for its Cascade Manor House and Cascade Falls Jackson, Michiganwhich is one of the largest man-made waterfalls in the world, with 6 immense fountains, 3 reflecting pools and 16 falls.
The park is also home to the Cascades Ice Cream Co. There are some man-made ponds and wetlands with many types of water fowl. Inthe urban fishery opened, stocked with blue gill and large mouth bass. This pond features informative signs, a large picnic gazebo and a fishing pier, accessible by wheelchair.
Part of it is in the city limits of Jackson, but most is in Summit Township. Dahlem Environmental Education Center: It has an educational center, five miles of trails, many ponds, wetlands, and a forest area. Dahlem is also known to have one of the largest eastern bluebird trails.
Grand River Nature Preserve:Geography and Physical Characteristics. Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and the only one located entirely within the United States.
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Welcome to Michigan, the Great Lake state. Michigan is quite unique among the states in that it is divided into two distint geographic sections, . GEO Geography of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region. Part II. Physical Geography.
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Michigan profile. The U.S. state of Michigan is believed to have gotten its name from a Native American word meaning “large lake.” Michigan is the only state to border on four of the five Great regardbouddhiste.commes called the Great Lakes State, Michigan has more coastline than any state other than Alaska.
Lake Michigan College Fall Western Michigan University Geography Curriculum Guide Introduction The Geography department offers a liberal arts major that prepares students for a variety of careers in both the public and private sectors.
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