Lake Fanny Hooe and Lake Superior fishing access is improved for visitors to Fort Wilkins State Park thanks to a new pier funded by the GLFT.
The Manistee Lake project provides increased access for Great Lakes fishing with universally accessible fishing piers at optimum areas for targeting migratory Great Lakes species.
The Sebewaing County Park project will handicapped-accessible shore fishing at the mouth of the Sebewaing River on Lake Huron. The project includes a new access to a shore island, bank stabilization and handicapped-accessible walkways.
This GLFT-funded project will provide shore-fishing opportunities on the only publicly owned river frontage in the city of Manistique. The site will include public access piers along the Manistique River as well as the creation of three ADA-compliant piers that are accessible by boardwalk from the boat launch facility.
A pair of 6′X40′ cantilevered fishing piers on the Black River offer barrrier-free access by boardwalk.
GLFT funding along with matching funds from the city of Ecorse has restored the decaying boardwalk at Dingell Park, creating the new John D. Dingell Riverwalk. The Riverwalk has been completely refurbished and allows improved fishing access.
This area features an ADA-accessible walkway along the Lake Michigan beach in Frankfort. The facility includes three sections of walkway with free parking, restrooms, footwash station, swingsets, benches and educational signage.
Thanks to GLFT funding, a new barrier-free fishing pier that spans 656 feet has been constructed on Portage Lake and Lake Michigan. The site includes a new walkway and facilitis including disabled parking to access the south pier on Portage Lake. Nearly 3,000 square feet of riprap was installed to improve fish habitat along the [...]
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is constructing a 3.5-mile pathway along the Detroit River that provides excellent river access. The GLFT assisted in this project by providing funding aimed specifically at improving angling access along the RiverWalk. The GLFT funds were used to create separate and distinct fishing areas as well as to improve and enhance [...]
The Wilder River Walk is located at the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve near the mouth of the Muskegon River where it flows into Muskegon Lake. Muskegon Lake is a diverse and dynamic fishery in a fairly urban setting. The River Walk is 985 feet long and 10 feet wide with a 400-foot extension spur that [...]< prev — next >