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New trail rest stop north of Rockford

On Saturday June 26, Tony Stachowiak, George Dorset, Jerry Zandbergen, and Dave Heyboer, of friends of the White Pine Trail, broke ground on a new covered picnic stop that is on the shoulder of the trail just north of Indian Lakes Road.

“If you are using that section of the trail, you will see some big changes over the next months as the land is cleared, cement is poured, and the covered picnic table is constructed,” said Heyboer. “If you happen to go by the crew as they work please make sure you thank them for their efforts. They are all volunteers and also trail users who want to give back and make your experience that much better.”

Repairs are also being made on the part of the trail near Rockford that was damaged by flooding.

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