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Take a side trip to view Our Lady of the Snows Chapel.

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Land for the two mile loop trail was dedicated by developers in 1978 and became a part of the original plats.

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Only 50 acres, Loon Lake connects to Island Lake and then flows into Lower Whitefish.

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Located on the north side of the road just west of Silver Sands Road, this is a rearing lake for walleyes. Often there will be many orange floats and aerators on the lake.

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One of the larger lakes of the Chain at 1,496 acres, Trout Lake is widely known for its water clarity and amazing depths; some reports citing depths as much as 120 ft.

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Originally part of the Old Grade Road which was used to haul logs, it is now a residential street about 3/4 mile long.

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This tree, struck by lightning, stands alone along the byway. Messages to travelers, news of the day, and movie bills for the old Marlow Theater in Pine River were posted on this tree.

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Is this a large rock or a meteor?

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Across CSAH 11 from Deacon’s Lodge entry sign is the Breezy Point cemetery. A walking trail surrounds the property.

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On the west side of the route is the tree farm and on the east side is Willowhurst Farm. True to its name, the tree farm grows primarily Norway pines.

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