Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park
Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park is a 33-mile-long linear trail that passes through woods, pastures, and wetlands. It offers views of the beautiful Huron River. It stretched between Ingham and Livingston counties. This multiple-use trail is suitable for biking, walking, running, and equestrian use.
The paved section of the trail lies between Hall Road in Hamburg Township to M-36 just west of Pinckney and is the best pick for a bicycle trip. The remaining trail surface consists of compacted limestone and crushed slag
In June 2018, the trail was renamed in honor of Michigan trails champion Mike Levine. It is one of five linear state parks that were converted from abandoned railroad corridors in the Michigan state park system.
The 22-mile trail is popular with walkers, hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders and cross-country skiers. The trail connects directly to the Pinckney Recreation Area equestrian trails and provides an additional 13 miles of riding. Motorized vehicles and hunting are prohibited.
Explore a 360° view of the Mike Levine Lakelands trails here.
1. Stockbridge Trailhead (M-52 and S. Center St, Stockbridge, MI 49285)
2. Gregory Trailhead (188 Main St, Gregory, MI 48137)
3. Pinckney Trailhead (499 Pearl St, Pinckney, MI 48169)
4. Pettysville Trailhead (Pettysville Road and M-36, Hamburg, MI 48139)
5. Hamburg Trailhead (10699 Hamburg Road, Hamburg, MI 48139)