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The Jordan River is a river in the U.S. state of Michigan that empties into Lake Charlevoix. The Jordan's headwaters rise from springs in the upper Jordan River Valley north of Mancelona. The river is among Michigan's cleanest and coldest rivers and was the first river in the state to be federally designated as a National Wild and Scenic River.

The Jordan river is well known for its world-class brook trout fishing and for its scenic canoe trips. Though the headwaters are accessible by many foot and ATV trails, Canoeing is restricted to downstream of Graves Crossing in order to protect the delicate headwaters.


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