Mackinaw Trail #562, Saginaw, Michigan

Mackinaw Trail is the famous route from Detroit to the Straits of Mackinaw established by the Sauk and Chippewa Indian tribes, guarded by soldiers under different flags, and traveled by lumberjacks, lumber barons, fur traders, and automotive giants. It still runs through Saginaw and is still in use by nature lovers and historians alike, a trail from the past to the future.

The Mackinaw Trail #562 chapter was chartered on June 22, 1972.