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Bay County Riverwalk/Railtrail System

17.5 miles
The Bay County Riverwalk/Railtrail System shows community at its best, offering plenty of sights, sounds and activities along its route through Bay City and its parks, and through the residential and agricultural areas of Portsmouth, Hampton ...
Asphalt
Boardwalk
Concrete

Chippewa Trail

4.1 miles
The Chippewa Trail offers a paved 4-mile route from Midland to the Chippewa Nature Center, part of a beautiful 1,200-acre preserve, where you'll find a wildlife viewing area, river overlook and nature-themed programming for kids. From the ...
Asphalt

Fred Meijer Heartland Trail

41.8 miles
The story of the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail is one of generosity, dedication and can-do attitudes. Fred and Lena Meijer helped purchase the abandoned corridor in 1994, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy held it for safekeeping and a very active citizens ...
Asphalt

Grayling Bicycle Turnpike

6.5 miles
Located in Grayling, Michigan, the Grayling Bicycle Turnpike runs from the north side of the Grayling downtown area at North Down River Road all the way out to the entrance of Hartwick Pines State Park, a distance of approximately 6.5 miles. ...
Asphalt
Gravel

Hampton Township Nature Trail

2.4 miles
The Hampton Township Nature Trail is a 2-mile gravel trail that begins at Finn Road Park winding through marshy areas, woods, skirts farm fields, and ending at a boat launch on Jones Road. Along the way you may encounter many species of birds ...
Gravel

Harger Line Rail-Trail

10.1 miles
The Harger Line Rail-Trail runs for an arrow-straight 10 miles through farmland in rural Saginaw County. The trail opened in 2008, two years after the underlying Harger Line Railway corridor was acquired by the Michigan Department of Transportation. The ...
Asphalt

Pere Marquette Rail-Trail

30 miles
If a trip on the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail leaves you in love with this route, you are not alone. The Pere Marquette is one of the most heavily used trails in Michigan. The serene, paved corridor welcomes all non-motorized users, including equestrians ...
Asphalt

Pere Marquette State Trail

53 miles
The Pere Marquette State Trail, managed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, begins in Clare and courses for 53 miles west through beautiful woodlands and fields to Baldwin. If you want to go east from Clare, you can hop on the Pere ...
Asphalt
Crushed Stone

Saginaw County to Bay County Connector

7 miles
Eastern Michigan's 7-mile Saginaw County to Bay County Connector is lined with trees and traverses picturesque farmland. The paved rail-trail follows the former Detroit and Mackinac Railway, which hauled both timber and passengers during its ...
Asphalt

Saginaw Valley Rail Trail

10.9 miles
Saginaw Valley Rail-Trail is a perfect summer escape, since the foliage-drenched corridor offers respite from the sun. This 10-mile trail edges Saginaw's southern boundary before it heads south to St. Charles. Equestrians follow a parallel path ...
Asphalt

Tawas Bay Pedestrian and Bike Path

10.1 miles
The Tawas Bay Pedestrian and Bike Path follows both US 23 and the shore of Tawas Bay in northern Michigan. The scenic route, which offers stunning water views at several points along the way, connects the municipalities of Alabaster Township, ...
Asphalt
Concrete

White Pine Trail State Park

93.5 miles
The White Pine Trail is Michigan's second longest rail-trail, following the former Grand Rapids and Indiana rail bed for 93.5 miles through five counties. This massive trail showcases a variety of landscapes, from swamps to forests to open farmland, ...
Asphalt
Ballast
Crushed Stone
Gravel

Zilwaukee Pathway

2 miles
The Zilwaukee Pathway offers a paved route through the eastern Michigan city of Zilwaukee. It begins on the western shore of the Saginaw River at Zilwaukee Riverfront Park, where you'll find parking, restrooms, picnic pavilions, a playground, ...
Asphalt