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52221 Pontiac Trail
Wixom, MI 48393 US

Phone: (248) 437-7345
Region: Southeast
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Some people think that the naturalists at Lyon Oaks County Park have one of the hardest jobs around. Oakland County’s newest park is bordered on one side by I-96, on another by an industrial park,...
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4794 6 Mile Road
White Cloud, MI 49349 US

Phone: (231) 745-4631
Region: Heartland
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We stood near the edge of Loda Lake, looking for a splash of pink but finding only brown leaves. We were too early for color. But, though we had never been in the Loda Lake Wildflower Sanctuary...
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8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431 US

Phone: (231) 843-2423
Region: Lake Michigan
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Ludington State Park features more than 20 miles of trails but the most popular path in the park is also the shortest: the Skyline Trail. This half-mile path requires you to climb stairways to the...
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8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431 US

Phone: (231) 843-2423
Region: Lake Michigan
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The largest state park along Lake Michigan and one of the largest in the Lower Peninsula is Ludington. The 5,300-acre state park in Mason County includes 5.5 miles of Great Lake shoreline, 4 miles...
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8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431 US

Phone: (231) 843-2423
Region: Lake Michigan
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The toughest climb for many hiking at Ludington State Park isnt a knee-bending ridge or trudging through the soft sand on a steep dune. Its the 130 steps to the top of the Big Sable Point...
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8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431 US

Phone: (231) 843-2423
Region: Lake Michigan
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Perhaps the most popular hike in Ludington State Park is theLighthouse Trailwhere visitors follow Lighthouse and Logging trails to the Big Sable Point Lighthouse and then loop back along the...
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8800 W. M-116
Ludington, MI 49431 US

Phone: (231) 843-2423
Region: Lake Michigan
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The Sable River Trail was originally 1.6 miles in length and formed a semi-loop on both banks of the Big Sable River within Ludington State Park. In the mid-1990s the park turned a good portion of...
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15310 N. Lighthouse Point Road
Northport, MI 49670 US

Phone: (231) 386-5422
Region: Northwest

Crowning the tip of Michigan's little finger like a diamond ring is Leelanau State Park, a 1,350-acre unit of spectacular views that are seen along miles of lakeshore, from platforms on top of...
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Densmore Road
Northport, MI US

Phone: (231) 386-5422
Region: Northwest

Although there are five named trails in the undeveloped Cathead Bay area of Leelanau State Park, the system basically forms a 4-mile loop using the Lake Michigan Trail and Mud Lake Trail, with...
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Wildwood Road
Interlochen, MI US

Phone: (231) 922-5280
Region: Northwest

Located just inside the Grand Traverse/Benzie county line, not far from the Lake Ann Pathway, Lost Lake is another pathway connected to a state forest campground, providing campers with a place to...
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6260 East Lake Drive
Haslett, MI 48840 US

Phone: (517) 676-2233
Region: Heartland
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There are Ingham County Parks on Lake Lansing but Lake Lansing-North isnt one of them. The 410-acre preserve is across the street from the popular lake and features the usual day-use facilities...
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6260 East Lake Drive
Haslett, MI 48840 US

Phone: (517) 676-2233
Region: Heartland
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Lake Lansing North is an amazing park because of the extensive wetlands scattered through it and the Green Trail is by far the most interesting way to explore. It is a 3.3-mile loop that includes...
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6260 East Lake Drive
Haslett, MI 48840 US

Phone: (517) 676-2233
Region: Heartland
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The Blue Trail is the longest loop in Lake Lansing – North County Park at 3.8 miles and also the newest. It was completed in the early 1990s after a development company granted the Ingham County...
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l3991 Tallman Road
Grand Ledge, MI 48837 US

Phone: (517) 627-7351
Region: Heartland
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Lincoln Brick Park may contain only 90 acres and less than 3 miles of trails, but acre for acre its as scenic and historically interesting as any park in central Michigan. The parks name comes from...
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13991 Tallman Road
Grand Ledge, MI 48837 US

Phone: (517) 627-7351
Region: Heartland
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The best, and longest, hike in Lincoln Brick County Park is this 2.2-mile walk that combines Beechnut, Cherry Ridge, Deer Run, and Tallman Trails. There is a little climbing towards the end of Deer...
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Reserve Road
Houghton Lake, MI US

Phone: (989) 275-5151
Region: Heartland

Lost Twin Lakes is a 3.4-mile loop that was built in the mid-1980s. It remained a soggy, lightly-used pathway until 1999 when members of Boy Scout Troop 944 turned the trail into an Eagle Scout...
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1687 M-119
Petoskey, MI 49770 US

Phone: (231) 348-8280
Region: Northwest
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One of the most beautiful paved paths in Michigan, the 23-mile Little Traverse Wheelway provides cyclists, inline skaters, walkers and joggers with a smoothpath, incredible scenery and a...
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Reynolds Road
Lake Ann, MI US

Phone: (231) 922-5280
Region: Northwest

Lake Ann Pathway lies in the Pere Marquette State Forest and is known primarily as an excellent Nordic ski trail, featuring many loops and a rolling terrian. What started out as an interpretive...
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311 West Kilgore Rd
Portage, MI 49002 US

Phone: (269) 381-7700
Region: Heartland
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Lee's Adventure Sports is a family-owned Southwest Michigan outdoor sports gear business that was started in 1954 by Bill and Evelyn Lee and is currently run by their son, Skip Lee. Lee's offers...
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Cherry Bend Road
Traverse City, MI US

Phone: (231) 941-4300
Region: Northwest
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The Leelanau Trail officially extends from Carter Road in the Greilickville area of Traverse City to Dumas Road on the north side of Suttons Bay. For many, the trail is a 14-mile ride from the...
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County Road 629 and Cathead Bay Drive
Northport, MI US

Phone: (231) 256-9665
Region: Northwest
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Leelanau State Park and Lighthouse West Natural Area preserve 230 acres of the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, which includes the historic Grand Traverse Lighthouse.  But the bulk of that, along...
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Cauchy Road
Mio, MI US

Phone: (989) 826-3252
Region: Lake Huron (Includes the Thumb)

A hidden gem in the woods. Loud Creek Cross-Country Ski Trail dates back to 1984 when a group of locals approached the Huron National Forest rangers in Mio about building a trail system for their...
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North Union Street
Manchester, MI 48158 US

Region: Southeast

The Leonard Preserve is the largest unit in Washtenaw County's Natural Areas Preservation Program, large enough to include nearly a mile of River Raisin shoreline. Located on the edge of...
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2043 Gingell Rd.
Johannesburg, MI 49751 US

Region: Northwest

The Louis M. Groen Nature Preserve, an Otsego County Park in Johannesburg, contains two lakes, 20 miles of trail and a lot of history, including ties to McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwich. The...
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Lutz Rd
MI 48451 US

Region: Southeast

Half hidden in Deerfield Township, bypassed by many looking for a hike, Lutz County Park is one of Livingston County’s most unusual preserves. The 300-acre park just south of the Genesee County...
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List of Trails

Trails found: 369
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Lake Ann Pathway

Distance:
3.4 miles
Type:
Multi-use trail
Terrain:
Chain of lakes and Platte River
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Lake Ann

Lake Lansing North: Green Trail

Distance:
3,3 miles
Type:
Foot path
Terrain:
Wetlands and woodlands
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Haslett

Lake Lansing-North County Park

Distance:
1 mile to 3.8 miles
Type:
Multi-use trails
Terrain:
Wetlands and forests
Difficulty:
Easy to moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Haslett

Lake Lansing-North: Blue Trail

Distance:
3.8 miles
Type:
Foot path
Terrain:
Wetlands and woods
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Haslett

Lee's Adventure Sports

Nearest City or Town:
Portage

Leelanau State Park

Distance:
1 to 5 miles
Type:
Foot paths, cross-country ski trails
Terrain:
Forested dunes, Lake Michigan
Difficulty:
Easy to moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Northport

Leelanau State Park: Lake Michigan/Mud Lake Loop

Distance:
5 miles
Type:
Foot paths, cross-country ski trails
Terrain:
Lake Michigan beach, forested dunes
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Northport

Leelanau Trail

Distance:
14 miles
Type:
Paved trail
Terrain:
Rolling woods and orchards
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Traverse City

Leonard Preserve

Distance:
3.7 miles
Type:
Foot paths
Terrain:
River Raisin, woodlots, prairies
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Manchester

Lighthouse West Natural Area

Distance:
1.3 miles
Type:
Foot path
Terrain:
Lake Michigan shoreline
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Northport

Lincoln Brick County Park

Distance:
0.2 to 2.2 miles
Type:
Foot path and ski trails
Terrain:
Grand River, wooded ridges
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Grand Ledge

Lincoln Brick County Park: Deer Run/Tallman Loop

Distance:
2.2-mile loop
Type:
Foot path
Terrain:
Grand River, sandstone cliffs
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Grand Ledge

Little Traverse Wheelway

Distance:
23.25 miles
Type:
Paved path
Terrain:
Little Traverse Bay
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
Petoskey

Loda Lake Wildflower Sanctuary - Manistee National Forest

Distance:
1.5-mile loop
Type:
Interpretive Trail
Terrain:
Loda Lake, wetlands, meadows
Difficulty:
Easy
Nearest City or Town:
White Lake

Lost Lake Pathway

Distance:
6.2 mile loop
Type:
Multi-use trail
Terrain:
Lost Lake, bogs, woods
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Interlochen

Lost Twin Lakes Pathway

Distance:
3.4 miles
Type:
Foot path
Terrain:
Old Growth pines, sinkholes
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Houghton Lake

Loud Creek Ski Trail

Distance:
1.4 to 4.9-mile loops
Type:
Cross-country ski trail
Terrain:
Forested hills, Loud Creek
Difficulty:
Easy to challenging
Nearest City or Town:
Mio

Louis M. Groen Nature Preserve

Distance:
4.3 miles
Type:
Multiple-use trails
Terrain:
Johannesburg Lake, woods and fields
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Johannesburg

Ludington State Park

Distance:
0.7 to 6.0 miles
Type:
Foot path, beach walk, boardwalk, interpretive trail
Terrain:
Lake Michigan beach, dunes, Lost Lake, Big Sable River, Hamlin Lake
Difficulty:
Easy to moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Ludington

Ludington State Park: Lighthouse Trail/Beach Walk

Distance:
4.3-mile loop
Type:
Foot path, beach walk
Terrain:
Lake Michigan beach, open dunes
Difficulty:
Moderate
Nearest City or Town:
Ludington

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