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Find the top rated atv trails in Saginaw, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
I started with the Abernathy Trail and finished at the end of Black Creek. It was a great day for it. I will be definitely going again.
This trail is not made for road biking.
This trail nice and flat, easy ride, away from everything. But, the scenery is quite boring. All you see is farmland. Not bad for a last minute ride.
This trail is beautiful. Very flat for a nice ride. Shaded by many trees. Multiple areas of different scenery, so you don’t get bored.
This trail is quite nice and takes you through town. Nice trail found in the city.
This trail is nice for a short ride.
We started the trail from the south end, which was tricky to find if you don’t know what you are looking for. There is no official parking for the trail. We parked by the cement factory. There was a very small, dirt path, maybe 60 yards, that we walked our bikes until we found an asphalt path. It looked fairly new, but the first almost half mile had weeds growing through the it. After that, it was well maintained. We saw and heard lots of birds. The path took us up to Bay City where we rode the River Walk then came back to the path. There was some parking by Hotchkiss Road, about halfway up the trail. Although there were some people on the trail, bicycling and in line skating, the trail was not too crowded.
I've been touting this as my favorite mid-Michigan trail for a long time. Had a beautiful day riding west from Alma on a Thursday in late May. Lots of activity and friendly bikers, which was comforting during this quarantine. Trail surface was smooth and seemed to survive the winter well.
Biked from Greenville to Alma one way. It was a nice and rather scenic ride, taking only about four hours (averaged 10.5 mph). The trail was in great shape, and there were hardly any bumps or holes. I would gladly do this trail again in the future!
Wonderful ride today. I went a little off course so not only did I do the route, I managed to get in 26 miles. Lots of scenery, different kinds of turns and twists. Great overall. Nice paved sidewalks for most of the time.
A great trail to just take a short bike or run a few miles. It’s very well up kept and has a nice stretch along the river
Started in Columbiaville, ride to Millington, turned around and rode back to Columbiaville. Honestly, if it hadn’t been one of my first rides this early season, I would have gladly rode back. This trail is a hidden jewel of a ride. Blacktop the entire way, in fantastic shape with well maintained wooden bridges and great spots to stop in Otter Lake and Millington. Saw turtles, snakes, kids on bikes and roller blades, walkers, dogs, etc. if you’re looking for a well maintained nice trail, check it out.
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