Joshua's Crossing, "Loonsong Covered Bridge"
The covered bridge in Lake Ann was built in 1995 adjacent to Sleeping Bear Resort (formerly Herendeen Lake Resort). The 90-foot bridge crosses a ravine and small creek. Joshua's Crossing was named after Joshua Gabrick, son of former resort owner Mark Gabrick. The road that leads to the bridge is known as Tasha's Trail and is named after Mark's daughter. Constructed with the help of many friends, Joshua's Crossing has become a major attraction in the Lake Ann area.
Directions: Take US-131 to M-113 north of Manton and head Northwest for 11 miles. Turn right on Garfield Road (CR-611) and go north for 12 miles. Continue north on South Garfield Avenue for two miles and then turn left on M-72. Go west for 14 miles and turn left on South Maple City Road (CR-667). Travel south for one mile the continue on North Reynolds Road (County Highway 667) for 1/2 mile to Sleeping Bear Resort, 7670 North Reynolds Road.