Michigan is proud of the Mackinac Bridge.

SO proud, in fact, that you can find many replicated Mac bridges throughout our state.

This particular one is part of the 11-mile Manistee River Trail. It's referred to as "Little Mac", "Mini-Mac" or just plain "Suspension Bridge".

This footbridge is 245 feet long and has been around since 1996. It claims to be the largest wooden suspension bridge in the Lower Peninsula.

Take a drive up, hike the trail, and take a walk across the bridge sometime this year. It's just off Upper River Road, almost on the borders of Manistee & Wexford Counties.

Take a look at the photos below...then plan a roadtrip!


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