Sometimes you just need to hit the trails—for a hike, a bike ride or a mental or physical reset. No matter how the state’s trails call to you, the DNR wants to make it easy to find the perfect Michigan trail for your favorite outdoor activities.

The department manages more than 4,600 miles of nonmotorized trails, offering plenty of opportunities for horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, paddling and other outdoor activities. Next time you’re looking for a place to lace up your shoes, drop in a kayak or saddle up your horse, check out the DNR’s interactive map of nonmotorized trails. With the map, you can:

  • Search for a trail by name or location.
  • Find maps, trailheads, campgrounds and other amenities.
  • Turn layers (fat-tire biking, water trails, linear trails, etc.) on and off to find specific resources.
  • See satellite imagery, roads and topography.

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Photo(s) by Michigan Department of Natural Resources