Trails in state parks, recreation areas and game areas

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The following trail maps are currently available for designated equestrian trails. The maps include information such as staging areas and surface types. The DNR is working on creating additional equestrian maps, including one for the Shore-to-Shore Trail:

Allegan State Game Area - The Allegan County Equestrian Trail System offers a 60-mile network of trails connected to the popular Silver Creek Equestrian Park and Campground.

Bass River Recreation Area - 3 miles of trails are shared with mountain bikes and hikers

Brighton Recreation Area - 19 miles of trails, riding rentals, a stable, equestrian camping and a staging area

Fort Custer Recreation Area - 19.1 miles of trails are shared with hikers

William Field Memorial Hart Montague Trail State Park - 4 miles of trails from mile marker 16 to 20

Highland Recreation Area - 14.9 miles of trails, riding rentals, a stable and equestrian camping

Ionia Recreation Area - 15 miles of trails and equestrian camping

Lakelands Trail State Park - 22 mile linear trail shared with other uses (equestrian riders use south side of the trail)

Maybury State Park - 11 miles of bridle trails, riding rentals and a stable

Ortonville Recreation Area - 8.5 miles of trails and equestrian camping

Pinckney Recreation Area - 13 miles of trails, a staging area and a stable

Pontiac Lake Recreation Area - 17 miles of trails, equestrian camping, riding rentals and a stable

Proud Lake Recreation Area - 9.5 miles of equestrian/mountain bike trail

Rockport Recreation Area - 9.2 miles of trails open to equestrians

Sleepy Hollow State Park - 12.9 miles of trails

Van Buren Trail State Park - 13 miles of trails

Waterloo Recreation Area - 17 miles of trails, riding rentals and equestrian camping

Yankee Springs Recreation Area - 10 miles of trails and equestrian camping

State trails / rails

Regional trail map