Forests, parks, trails, hunting land and more
The DNR manages almost 4.6 million acres of public land owned by Michigan residents. Sound management of these public lands in many ways drives the quality of life Michiganders all value. They contribute significantly to the health of our families and our environment and the strength of our economy. Public lands also offer Michigan residents and visitors ample opportunities to snowmobile, put a boat in the water, hunt, camp, hike, watch wildlife and learn about history – just to name a few of the benefits they provide.
State forests - over 3.8 million acres | State parks - 363,000 acres | State game areas - 363,000 acres