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We think we’ve earned our reputation as the Trails State.
Michigan offers more than 13,400 miles of state-designated trails, including multiuse trails:
- 4,020 miles of hiking trails.
- 1,375 miles of rail trails.
- 4,090 miles of designated ORV and motorcycle trails and routes.
- 6,165 miles of designated snowmobile trails.
- 845 miles of equestrian trails.
- 2,085 miles of biking trails.
- 635 miles of water trails.
- 365 miles of groomed cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails.
2022-2032 Michigan DNR Trails Plan
The trails plan - built around the concept of "explore, connect, sustain" - provides a framework for our management of more than 13,400 miles of state-designated motorized and nonmotorized trails and pathways.
Trails Advisory Council
The Michigan Trails Advisory Council advises the director of the DNR and the governor on the creation, development, operation and maintenance of motorized and nonmotorized trails.
You'll also find links to the various trail advisory groups.