I was a bit disappointed to find it overrun with grass.
It's really an abandoned two track running between farms,
I rode along, lucky to top off 8 MPH on the mushy overgrown mess. It appeared there was no decent surface for riding and I bailed onto the county roads to meander to the State Park. After leaving the lame excuse for an MUP (dump some snow on it and run back and forth on a snowmobile, but forget anything else) it was a leisurely trip to the state park where the campground was sparsely inhabited.
After setting up camp, I made a run to the grocery store for provisions and kicked back with a couple of beers at the campfire for the evening. A few of the sparse neighbors stopped by, tentatively, but made for some convivial company after they got over the absence of a car.
Being the early spring, I had brought a heavier sleeping bag which I did not need. Despite the wind, the temps stayed in the 60's throughout the night. I slept like the dead. I woke up late, got in no hurry breaking camp after breakfast, and finally left the state park in time for lunch. After a great Reuben sandwich at the Phoenix Inn in South Haven, I headed out for the Kal-Haven trail. There's not much to say about the afternoon going back. The wind was greater and more gusty than Saturday so I stuck to the trail. The wind was crossing from the South and the roads ultimately lead up greater grades directly into it, so I toughed out the predictable 1_1.5% grade and cross wind on the trail. It was still a test of patience but a pleasant day and good overnight shake down trip to start the season.