Saturday, Sept. 17-Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016
Celebrate Michigan's extensive trail network:Grab your friends and family, find a trail and let the adventure begin! Learn more about DNR trails at www.michigan.gov/dnrtrails. For more information about Michigan Trails Week, contact Elissa Buck at email@example.com.
Check out the resources below to learn more about Michigan's trails.
- Michigan Water Trails
- Recreation Search - find a nonmotorized trail
- Michigan's Iron Belle Trail
- ORV riding in Michigan
National Public Lands Day - Sept. 24, 2016
Michigan Trails Week ends on National Public Lands Day, the nation's largest single-day volunteer event for public lands. Help preserve Michigan's public lands by volunteering your time, making a financial contribution or simply telling others about Michigan's woods and waters! For information about volunteer opportunities, contact Miguel Rodriguez at (517) 284-6127 or RodriguezM2@michigan.gov.
North Country National Scenic Trail Day - Sept. 24, 2016
Michigan is home to 1,150 miles of the 4,600-mile North Country National Scenic Trail, the longest national scenic trail in the United States. That's a lot to celebrate, and trail users, advocates, communities and organizations celebrate it every year on North Country National Scenic Trail Day, the same day as National Public Lands Day. Learn more at northcountrytrail.org. #NCNSTDay
Plan a Michigan Trails Week event!
Hosting an event for Trails Week is a great way 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 add your event to the Trails Week calendar, email details to firstname.lastname@example.org (date, time, location, description, cost, event contact, website, etc.). Volunteer/service events on state or federal trails on Sept. 24 can be listed at publiclandsday.org/register-site.