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#1 Michigan -Falling Water Park - OU005B

 This is a real walk in a park! Picnic tables, and an easy to follow short trail.

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N 42° 11.360' W 84° 34.560' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Michigan
 Cache Type: Virtual
 Size: No container
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 25 August 2010
 Date Created: 25 August 2010
 Last Modified: 29 November 2010
 Waypoint: OU005B


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Falling Waters Park

This little park sits on the original site of Spring Arbor. You can walk through the grounds and see an old log cabin and other things of the time. Read the plaques about the area history and just enjoy the stroll in this out of the way country location.

For logging password: What was the first name of the woman who wrote the letter telling about her life as a little girl when she moved here?


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1 19 October 2017 TommyGator Found it

We had no idea this place was here before doing this cache.  We enjoyed the little detour off of the interstate and lingered here awhile to stroll around and take a few pics.  Many thanks for bringing us to this beautiful place!

1 09 July 2016 the bucket brigade Found it

In park looking around tfth

1 29 August 2010 allenite Found it

Stopped by the park at 20:08 on August 29, 2010 after a long drive from Rogers City, MI back home to Allen, MI.  I have been to this park a few times before and can say it is one of my favorite parks I have run across.  I loved reading the story and having a reason to visit the park again.  When we arrived, some one was out taking pictures (possibly senior) around the grounds.  Waited for a while before they finished on the building near the letter.  Thanks for bringing me out to this great park again.