Hiking Trails

  • They lead us through old-growth forests. They guide us to waterfalls. They usher us to the tops of mountains, back across time and down through urban canyons. The hiking trails of Michigan. Here we can hike more than 200 miles on the Shore-to-Shore Trail that connects Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. Or do a day hike on any breathtaking section of the North Country National Scenic Trail. Let’s walk among the giants that remind us that there are bigger things in life than us. It’s time to lace up our hiking boots, because in this part of the world, any given pathway will point us to Pure Michigan.
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    AuTrain Lake Campground - AuTrain

    This campground has 37 large, wooded, campsites with tables and fireplaces. Drinking water and toilets are conveniently spaced throughout the campground. It is an 830 acre lake with a maximum depth of 30 feet and an average depth of 12...

  • Avalanche Preserve Recreation Area - Boyne City

    Avalanche is a 300 acre nature preserve where you may find berries, mushrooms and much more. Hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails. Skating, sledding, jogging and snowmobiling. Our newest additions are an...

  • Avery Lake State Forest Campground - Atlanta

    Phone number indicated is for the Atlanta Management Unit. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. 16 sites for tent and small trailer use, ten of which will accommodate 40-ft vehicle/trailer. three of the...

  • Bailey-Lagerstrom Nature Preserve - Sault Ste. Marie

    422 acres. Frontage: over two miles on the St. Mary's River. One of Little Traverse Conservancy's largest, wildest and most remote nature preserves. Its pristine wetland and shoreline habitats make it important for migratory birds and...

  • Bald Mountain Recreation Area - Lake Orion

    This 4,637 acre recreation area has several picnic areas, a modern shooting range, large hunting areas, several fishing lakes, two trout streams, a sandy swimming beach and 15 miles of marked hiking and biking trails. Immensely popular...

  • Baraga State Park - Baraga

    Baraga State Park overlooks scenic Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior. Camping is available at 116 grassy sites or in the park's minicabin or tepee. Watching wildlife, fishing, hiking, swimming and boating are among the many activities of...

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