SAWYER, Mich. _ Visitors to Michigan's Warren Dunes State Park may see intermittent closures through the spring and summer as two renovation projects get underway at the area along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
Crews have already started a more than $1 million project to renovate Red Arrow Highway, which serves as the main entrance to the sand dunes and beaches in Berrien County.
A $2 million project will also begin this month to replace toilets and bathhouse buildings in the park's day-use area.
Read more here about the project on the Michigan DNR website:
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