- Free ORV Weekends, June 11-12 and Aug. 20-21, 2016
The DNR invites off-road enthusiasts to enjoy two Free ORV Weekends this summer. During these weekends, Michigan residents and nonresidents can legally ride DNR-designated routes and trails without purchasing an ORV license or trail permit. Riders save up to $36.25.
During Free ORV Weekend, Michigan residents and nonresidents can legally ride DNR-designated routes and trails, including the state's five scramble areas, without purchasing an ORV license or trail permit.
- Defining Trails and Pathways Pathways, linear trails, trail camps...there's a lot of different options, and we've compiled this list to help explain what they all are, and what you can do on them. Some are quiet trails for nature walks or cross-country skiing, while others provide the loud, rough and tumble, extreme sports atmosphere. Find out which trails are right for you and your activities.
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Finding a Trail
- ORV Trail Maps
Trail maps are available from the following websites. Please note that these reports are hosted by third parties and provided for the convenience of our customers. The DNR has no control over the accuracy of content posted at these sites:
- The North Country National Scenic Trail
This national scenic trail hiking route from North Dakota to New York includes over 1150 miles in Michigan.