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Ride 4,000-plus miles of state-designated ORV trails, scramble areas, eligible county roads, frozen surface of public waters, and eligible state forest roads and national forest roads. All you need is an ORV license and trail permit.
Mark your calendars for Aug. 19-20, 2023 when you can ride Michigan's 4,000 miles of off-road vehicle trails and routes and the state’s six scramble areas without an ORV license or trail permit.
Before you go
Where to ride
ORV rules and regulations
Handbook of ORV Laws
A comprehensive handbook defining ORV laws and regulations, safety information, vehicle operation, riding instructions and more.
Your key to Michigan state parks, recreation areas, state forest campgrounds, boating access sites and state trailheads all year long. See where it can take you!