Save the Dates
September 20-27, 2014
Get ready to celebrate Michigan Trails Week 2014! All week, events will be offered to celebrate Michigan's extensive trail network, and everyone is invited to be a part of the campaign by hosting an event or participating in one. Grab your friends and family, find a trail and let the adventure begin! Welcome to Michigan's woods and waters! For more information, contact Elissa Dennert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen to State trails coordinator Jim Radabaugh on Michigan Trails Week, WGVU 9/9/14:
Check out the resources below to learn more about Michigan's trails.
Michigan Water Trails
Find a Non-Motorized Trail Near You!
- DNR Park and Trail locator
- 2014 trail construction projects
- Michigan's new hiking & bicycling trail from Belle Isle Park to Ironwood
Go off-road in Michigan on our Motorized Trails!
Michigan Trails Week ends on National Public Lands Day, the nation's largest single day volunteer event for public lands. Michigan DNR is celebrating this important day by offering free vehicle entry to Michigan state parks, no Recreation Passport required. You can also help preserve Michigan's public lands by volunteering your time, making a financial contribution to support your favorite trail or simply telling others about Michigan's woods and waters! For information about volunteer opportunities with Michigan state parks, trails and other public lands, contact Miguel Rodriguez at (517) 284-6127 or via email at RodriguezM2@michigan.gov.
Michigan Trails Week is a great way for outdoor outfitters, recreation groups, trail associations, local units of government and other organizations to increase awareness, build membership, recruit volunteers and engage with the community. Events can include trail runs, wellness resources fairs, guided hikes, paddles, equestrian rides, bike rides and much more! To have your event added to the calendar, simply email the details to email@example.com. Service events taking place on Saturday, Sept. 27 can be added to the National Public Lands Day event listing at http://www.publiclandsday.org/register-site. The toolkit below contains some useful resources for planning an event for Michigan Trails Week.
Event Planners Toolkit