Residents and out-of-state visitors can ride DNR-designated routes and trails during the second Free ORV Weekend, taking place Aug. 17-18, 2019.
A new interactive map (GIS) is now available for state-designated motorized trails. Zoom in to view trail details, download PDF maps and more.
Enjoy 450 acres of off-roading excitement in this ORV scramble area.
A new ORV park, which is the result of a collaboration between the DNR and the Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission, is moving forward in Oakland County.
Lower Peninsula and Upper Peninsula state forest roads are open (unless posted closed) to riders.
Forest Roads Open to ORV Use
Thousands of miles of state forest roads have recently opened to ORV use. Beginning Jan. 1, of the total 7,552 miles of state forest roads in the Northern Lower Peninsula, 6,308 miles will be open to ORV use. An ORV license is required.
A Recreation Passport is required for entry into most state parks, recreation areas, state forest campgrounds, boating access sites and state trailheads.