1755 S. Mitchell St.
Cadillac, MI 49601
The Manistee National Forest encompasses 481,000 acres of woods, streams and lakes along the Lake Michigan shoreline and offers year-round recreation for many outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, off-road vehicle use, biking, driving for pleasure, camping, hiking, canoeing, snowmobiling, river use, and gathering--berry picking, mushrooming. Manistee is the name of a Chippewa Indian God and means "Spirit of the Woods".
Manistee Ranger Station 412 Red Apple Road, Manistee MI 49660 231-723-2211
Baldwin/White Cloud Ranger Station650 N. Michigan Avenue, Baldwin MI 49304 231-745-4631
Huron-Manistee National Forest Supervisor's Office 1755 S. Mitchell Street, Cadillac MI 49601 800-821-6263 or 231-775-2421
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