Wow what a Winter! Enough snow & Cold...... Start thinking of activities for the Spring & Summer:
Please join us for the second annual “Save the Burner 5k”, Saturday June 27th 2015 in historic Nahma, Michigan. The 5k fun run/walk benefits the Nahma Township “Save the Burner Fund” to help restore and preserve the Bay De Noquet wood burner, the only remaining burner in the state of Michigan and a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
The race starts at 9:00 AM in the town of Nahma and winds its way through town and around the burner on paved streets and gravel roads before ending back at the start/finish line. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome!
Click here for general information on the 5 K Run/Walk.
Click here for the details of the Event.
Click here for the Registration form.
Escanaba Daily Press Article on "Save the Burner" Click here February 24th, 2014
Click here to: "Save the Burner" Facebook
CHECK OUT BUSINESSES IN NAHMA TOWSHIP CLICK HERE
Nahma Township is a sportsman's fantasy. The abundance of water, open public land and wildlife create a condition for fisherman, hunters, trappers, boaters, kayakers, off road riders, hikers and all outdoorsman where many sporting opportunities can be undertaken all in the same area. Nahma Township being in the Hiawatha Nation Forest and abutting the over 107,000 acres of Big Bay de Noc is a prime recreation location for those that live in the area and those that plan to visit the Upper Peninsula. Gordon Lightfoot’s song captures Big Bay de Noc out from Nahma: “Old (Lake) Michigan steams like a young man’s dream; the Islands and Bays are for Sportsmen”