Home of the Forest Park Trojans In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance Study. Read more… In 2014, Forest Park High School was named by US News and World Report as one of the top High Schools in the United States earning a top 9% ranking and earning A bronze medal.
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School Forest

Forest Park School - Amasa Non-Motorized Trail Map. Forest Park School - Alpha Non-Motorized Trail Map. The Forest Park School owns over 2000 acres across several townships in Iron County. The school forest provides multitudes of learning opportunities as well as timber income for the school district. It is a fabulous example of a working forest. New in 2022, there are two sets of trails in the school forest to enjoy! One and a half miles north of Amasa are just over 5 miles of non-motorized trails with three access points. To the southeast of Alpha on County Road 424, there are another 1.25 miles of non-motorized trails available. The trails in Alpha will be groomed a few times during the winter months for users to also enjoy cross country skiing opportunities! Download the trail maps below to start exploring today! Please note: all trails are to be utilized at users own risk. No motorized vehicles of any type are to be used on the trails. The trails north of Amasa are CLOSED during gun deer season (November 15-30). Any person or persons found to be violating/vandalizing/abusing the use of the trails will be prosecuted and/or fined. FP Trail Maps are Avenza Maps compatible! Avenza Maps is offline maps, GPS location and a digital map store on your phone or tablet. Use maps on your mobile devices and locate yourself without the Internet or network connections. Stay safe and aware of where you are, even in the remotest of places using the Avenza Maps app. Offline location helps you stay on track, on the trail, and out of restricted areas. It uses your device's built-in GPS to locate you even when you are out of range of a network or internet connection. The blue dot follows you wherever you go so you always know where you are on the map. Zoom in and out, navigate from place to place, mark points of interest and easily attach photos exactly where they were taken. All maps are georeferenced, meaning you can locate yourself on them and view map coordinates. To start using the FP trail maps, go to your Google or Apple store and download ‘Avenza Maps’. You can upload maps (and store up to 3 at a time) for FREE, a paid subscription is not required. Once installed, you can download the map to your device and add to your Avenza library. To open the map to use it, click on the map. Zoom in and out as needed! Happy Trails! The John E. Force Forestry Education Fund has provided grant money to support the FP trail systems, two trail cameras that have been placed in the school forest, and programing opportunities in the school forest. The trails, classroom visits, and cameras will help to bring the forest into the classroom and help keep students and the community involved with the school forest. A HUGE thank you to the JEFFEF grant program for making these projects possible for our students! On October 21, 2022, Mrs. Gestopa’s junior and senior students enjoyed a day in the woods with VanOss Forestry Services, LLC learning about our school forest and harvesting.
Forest Park Schools
Home of the Forest Park Trojans In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance Study. Read more… In 2014, Forest Park High School was named by US News and World Report as one of the top High Schools in the United States earning a top 9% ranking and earning A bronze medal.
Copyright © 2022 Forest Park School Website Design by North Country Website Design

School Forest

Forest Park School - Amasa Non-Motorized Trail Map. Forest Park School - Alpha Non-Motorized Trail Map. The Forest Park School owns over 2000 acres across several townships in Iron County. The school forest provides multitudes of learning opportunities as well as timber income for the school district. It is a fabulous example of a working forest. New in 2022, there are two sets of trails in the school forest to enjoy! One and a half miles north of Amasa are just over 5 miles of non-motorized trails with three access points. To the southeast of Alpha on County Road 424, there are another 1.25 miles of non-motorized trails available. The trails in Alpha will be groomed a few times during the winter months for users to also enjoy cross country skiing opportunities! Download the trail maps below to start exploring today! Please note: all trails are to be utilized at users own risk. No motorized vehicles of any type are to be used on the trails. The trails north of Amasa are CLOSED during gun deer season (November 15-30). Any person or persons found to be violating/vandalizing/abusing the use of the trails will be prosecuted and/or fined. FP Trail Maps are Avenza Maps compatible! Avenza Maps is offline maps, GPS location and a digital map store on your phone or tablet. Use maps on your mobile devices and locate yourself without the Internet or network connections. Stay safe and aware of where you are, even in the remotest of places using the Avenza Maps app. Offline location helps you stay on track, on the trail, and out of restricted areas. It uses your device's built-in GPS to locate you even when you are out of range of a network or internet connection. The blue dot follows you wherever you go so you always know where you are on the map. Zoom in and out, navigate from place to place, mark points of interest and easily attach photos exactly where they were taken. All maps are georeferenced, meaning you can locate yourself on them and view map coordinates. To start using the FP trail maps, go to your Google or Apple store and download ‘Avenza Maps’. You can upload maps (and store up to 3 at a time) for FREE, a paid subscription is not required. Once installed, you can download the map to your device and add to your Avenza library. To open the map to use it, click on the map. Zoom in and out as needed! Happy Trails! The John E. Force Forestry Education Fund has provided grant money to support the FP trail systems, two trail cameras that have been placed in the school forest, and programing opportunities in the school forest. The trails, classroom visits, and cameras will help to bring the forest into the classroom and help keep students and the community involved with the school forest. A HUGE thank you to the JEFFEF grant program for making these projects possible for our students! On October 21, 2022, Mrs. Gestopa’s junior and senior students enjoyed a day in the woods with VanOss Forestry Services, LLC learning about our school forest and harvesting.
Forest Park Schools
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Home of the Forest Park Trojans

Home of the Forest Park Trojans

In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance Study. Read more…
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School Forest

Forest Park School - Amasa Non-Motorized Trail Map. Forest Park School - Alpha Non-Motorized Trail Map. The Forest Park School owns over 2000 acres across several townships in Iron County. The school forest provides multitudes of learning opportunities as well as timber income for the school district. It is a fabulous example of a working forest. New in 2022, there are two sets of trails in the school forest to enjoy! One and a half miles north of Amasa are just over 5 miles of non-motorized trails with three access points. To the southeast of Alpha on County Road 424, there are another 1.25 miles of non-motorized trails available. The trails in Alpha will be groomed a few times during the winter months for users to also enjoy cross country skiing opportunities! Download the trail maps below to start exploring today! Please note: all trails are to be utilized at users own risk. No motorized vehicles of any type are to be used on the trails. The trails north of Amasa are CLOSED during gun deer season (November 15-30). Any person or persons found to be violating/vandalizing/abusing the use of the trails will be prosecuted and/or fined. FP Trail Maps are Avenza Maps compatible! Avenza Maps is offline maps, GPS location and a digital map store on your phone or tablet. Use maps on your mobile devices and locate yourself without the Internet or network connections. Stay safe and aware of where you are, even in the remotest of places using the Avenza Maps app. Offline location helps you stay on track, on the trail, and out of restricted areas. It uses your device's built-in GPS to locate you even when you are out of range of a network or internet connection. The blue dot follows you wherever you go so you always know where you are on the map. Zoom in and out, navigate from place to place, mark points of interest and easily attach photos exactly where they were taken. All maps are georeferenced, meaning you can locate yourself on them and view map coordinates. To start using the FP trail maps, go to your Google or Apple store and download ‘Avenza Maps’. You can upload maps (and store up to 3 at a time) for FREE, a paid subscription is not required. Once installed, you can download the map to your device and add to your Avenza library. To open the map to use it, click on the map. Zoom in and out as needed! Happy Trails! The John E. Force Forestry Education Fund has provided grant money to support the FP trail systems, two trail cameras that have been placed in the school forest, and programing opportunities in the school forest. The trails, classroom visits, and cameras will help to bring the forest into the classroom and help keep students and the community involved with the school forest. A HUGE thank you to the JEFFEF grant program for making these projects possible for our students! On October 21, 2022, Mrs. Gestopa’s junior and senior students enjoyed a day in the woods with VanOss Forestry Services, LLC learning about our school forest and harvesting.