Hike
the Heritage Nature Trail in
Cadillac’s

WILLIAM MITCHELL STATE PARK

The landscape of Heritage Nature Trail in William Mitchell State Park allows for a wealth of summer activities — boating, camping, fishing, hiking, etc.

1.
The Heritage Nature Trail at William Mitchell State Park.

You will need a Recreation Passport to enter, and you can purchase it upon arrival. If you want, you can learn more in advance and buy a pass

2.
About Heritage Marsh & the Wildlife.

Black Creek is the water source for Heritage Marsh. Originally, lumberjacks used the creek to move logs between Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell.

3.
The Best Time to Visit the Heritage Nature Trail

Consider walking the trail on a weekday when fewer people are visiting William Mitchell State Park. You’re likely to have a better wildlife experience

4.
Other Activities & Facilities Within William Mitchell State Park.

5.
Everything at the Day-Use Area.

The sandy beach rests along Lake Mitchell, and we think that it’s nicer for swimming than the beach at Kenwood Park on Lake Cadillac.

6.
Fishing at Mitchell State Park.

On the 1,150-acre Lake Cadillac and 2,580-acre Lake Mitchell, you can expect fine walleye fishing. The lakes also attract bass, panfish, and perch anglers.

7.
Camping at the Park.

If you want to camp at Mitchell State Park to experience all these activities, you can make a reservation online.

8.
Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center.

The Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center next to the Heritage Nature Trail offers a range of programs.

9.
Where to Grab a Bite to Eat in Cadillac.

Whether you are staying in or near the park, enjoying the hotel facilities is a great way to take a car breaks, relax and unwind.

10.
Lodging Options Near Lake Mitchell and Lake Cadillac.

Along with camping in William Mitchell State Park, Cadillac has two other great lodging options next to the park.

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