Map of State and Regional Bike Paths / Walking Paths in Michigan


Regional Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Michigan

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Michigan: State & Regional Trails

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Michigan has numerous state and regional trails that extend out through the countryside and connect multiple communities. Many of these trails were constructed along abandoned railroad right-of-ways, others may follow natural greenbelts along rivers or the shorline of a lake.

Many of these trails are under the juristiction of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, but others are under the jurisdiction of local counties or other agencies. Many trails have a combination of ownership and stewardship.

Many additional local recreational trails are displayed on the maps for cities, towns and communities.

Click here for a list of links to our maps for cities, towns and counties

This is a list of some of the State & Regional Trails in Michigan, many additional trails are shown on the specific maps for their particular location.

Baw Beese Trail S 8 paved Jonesville, Hillsdale
Betsie Valley Trail NW 22 unpaved/paved Frankfort - Thompsonville
Downriver Linked Greenways East-West Trail SE 27 paved Romulus, Flat Rock, Brownstown
Falling Waters Trail S 10.5 paved Concord, Jackson
Flint River Trail C 7 paved Flint
Fred Meijer Berry Junction Trail W 7 paved Montague - Muskegon
Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawasee Trail C 42 paved/unpaved Ionia - Owosso
Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Trail C 22 paved Greenville - Lowell
Fred Meijer Grand River Valley Trail C 13 paved/unpaved Lowell - Ionia
Fred Meijer Heartland Trail C  45.8 paved Greenville - Alma
Fred Meijer Kenowa Trail W 9.8 paved Zeeland, Byron Center
Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail W 7.2 paved Marne, Walker (Grand Rapids area)
Fred Meijer White Pine Trail C  93 paved/unpaved Cadillac - Grand Rapids
Felch Grade Trail UP 38 unpaved Felch, Foster City, Schaffer
Harger Line Rail Trail E 9.5 paved Saginaw, Richville
Hines Park Trail SE 17.2 paved Northville, Livonia, Westland, Dearborn
Huron River Greenway
Border-to-Border Trail (Ann Arbor)
SE 10.5 paved Ann Arbor
Huron River Greenway
Border-to-Border trail (Dexter)
SE 6.4 paved / unpaved Hudson Mills, Dexter
I-275 Metro Trail SE 36.2 paved Novi, Plymouth, Romulus, Carleton
Iron Ore Heritage Trail UP 47 paved / unpaved Humboldt, Eagle Mills, Marquette
Kalamazoo River Valley Trail SW 22 paved Cooper, Kalamazoo, Comstock, Galesburg
Kal-haven Trail State Park  SW 34.5 unpaved South Haven - Kalamazoo
Kiwanis Trail SE 8 paved Adrian, Tecumseh
Lakelands Trail SE 21 paved / unpaved Stockbridge, Pinckney, Hamburg
Leelanau Trail NW 17.5 paved Suttons Bay - Traverse City
Macomb Orchard Trail SW 23.5 paved Rochester - Richmond
Musketawa Trail W 25 paved Muskegon, Marne
North Central State Trail N 61 unpaved Mackinaw City - Gaylord
North Eastern State Trail NE 71 unpaved Cheboygan - Alpena
North Western State Trail NW 32 paved/unpaved Mackinaw City - Petoskey
Paul Henry Thornapple Trail W 11.5 paved Kentwood, Caledonia
Pere Marquette State Trail C 84 paved/unpaved Baldwin - Midland
Polly Ann Trail - Oakland County SE 14.2 paved/unpaved Orion - Leonard
Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail NW 13 paved Empire - Glen Arbor
Southern Links Trailway E 10 paved Millington - Columbiaville
St. Ignace to Trout Lake Trail UP 26 unpaved St. Ignace, Allenville, Trout Lake
Van Buren Trail State Park SW 14 unpaved South Haven, Covert, Hartford
Wadhams to Avoca Trail E 9.4 unpaved Avoca - Port Huron
William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail W 24 paved Hart - Whitehall


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about Michigan State and Regional Trails.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Michigan

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Michigan.

Visit our map showing the State and Regional Trails in Michigan

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