Kawkawlin Creek Flooding, Michigan


Kawkawlin Creek Flooding is located in Midland county, Michigan. Find dining and lodging options near Kawkawlin Creek Flooding.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Quest at Houghton Lake, Pine View Highlands Golf Course and Maple Hill Golf Club), hiking (East Fireline Trail, Center Fireline Trail and Lame Duck Truck Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
East Fireline Trail
Center Fireline Trail
Lame Duck Truck Trail

State Parks
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Rifle River Recreation Area, Michigan
Tittabawassee River State Forest, Michigan
Oscoda State Forest, Michigan

Amusement and Water Parks
Saginaw County Fairgrounds, Chesaning, Michigan 48616
Fishing Bait and Tackle Shops
Franks Great Outdoors, 517-697-5341, 1206 North Huron Road, Linwood 48634

Fishing Guides and Charters
Sea Gypsy Charter, 2956 Lauria Rd, Kawkawlin 48631
Steamside Custon Rod & Guide Service, 2085 N Abbe, Fairview 48621

Fishing Regulations and license information
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Michigan Fishing Licenses and Permits

Closest Cities
Saginaw, Michigan

Regional Airports
Roscommon County - Blodgett Memorial Airport, Michigan
Houghton Lake State Airport, Michigan
Clare County Airport, Michigan

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Restaurants in the vicinity
Cruisers Cafe
Cobbelstone Tavern
Coach House Restaurant
Sandy's Market
Hometown Meats
Hotels in the vicinity
Hampton Inn Midland
Hampton Inn
Fairview Inn & Suites
Sleep Inn Midland
Hide-A-Way Motel

 

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Current Weather at Kawkawlin Creek Flooding, Michigan


Partly cloudy

74°F

Partly cloudy
Humidity: 51%
Wind: W at 5 mph

3-day forecast

Wednesday
Mostly sunny
51°F / 75°F
Thursday
AM showers
55°F / 76°F
Friday
Scattered thunderstorms
55°F / 78°F

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