Test of New Blog to Email System


You’ve commented and we’ve listened. Contributing members of FOHRA have hoped for more regular communications about current and future park events, volunteer success stories, construction progress reports, and news and information about the groups’ efforts at Haven Hill.

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And therefore soon FOHRA will be testing a new system to forward Blog posts as emails to your inbox!

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New Cedar Creek Trail to Be Featured at Haven Hill Festival on Saturday, August 29

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Highland State Recreation Area’s New Cedar Creek Trail at Haven Hill Festival

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Come walk, jog, ride a bike, or bring your horse to the new Cedar Creek Trail on August 29th

In addition to the Haven Hill Historic Structures, Model A Ford cars, Vintage Base Ball game, History and Art Displays, and Summer Foods and Fun, the new Cedar Creek Trail at Highland State Recreation Area will be featured at the 2015 Haven Hill Festival.  The beautiful Cedar Creek hiking, biking, and equestrian trail is a wonderful addition to the Haven Hill section of Highland State Recreation Area in White Lake, Michigan.

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Come out to the Haven Hill Festival on Saturday, August 29 between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm and enjoy a day in Your state park. Use the new Cedar Creek Trail to go to and from Edsel and Eleanor Ford’s historic Haven Hill Gate House and the main Festival grounds at Goose Meadow.

For more Festival information go to: www.fohravolunteers.org

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The Haven Hill Festival is an alcohol-free, family-oriented event in its 7th year at Highland State Recreation Area. The Festival is organized by the volunteer members of the Friends of Highland Recreation Area.  The celebration has grown yearly, and will continue to be enjoyed by local residents as well as the surrounding communities, now and into the future.

The Haven Hill section of Highland State Recreation Area is entered via the main gate at 5200 Highland Road (M-59) between Duck Lake and Bogey Lake roads. The Festival is provided to the public at no charge, and entry into the state park is now via the Recreation Passport on your license plate.