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Riding or walking on a muddy trail destroys the surface. It leaves ruts/deep holes, uneven tire and footprints, contributes to erosion, and creates a hard-to-fix trail surface. Hint: If you are leaving visible bicycle ruts, deep footprints or hoof tracks the trail is too muddy. Learn more about trail etiquette here.
Brighton Recreation Area
Provides 4,947 acres of recreation for park visitors to use, with a combination of high, irregular ranges of hills, interspersed with a number of attractive lakes. Oak forest, thick hedgerows and open spaces blend on the uplands while grassy marshes, shrub marshes and dense swamp timber mark the lowlands.
Island Lake Recreation Area
More than 18 miles of trails in varied habitats, which are split into two connecting loops. East Loop (Yellow) circles the Huron River, is over five miles long and travels through woodlands, fields and crosses Mann Creek. West Loop (Blue) is over nine miles long through fields, woodlands and wetlands.
Huron Meadows Metropark
Over eleven miles of trails that lead hikers through fields and woodlands. The Cedar Trace trail begins at the golf course trailhead. The Maltby Vista trail can be accessed from either trailhead.
An 8.5 mile paved hike-bike trail traverses the picturesque landscapes that circle Kent Lake. Additionally, the unpaved 7 miles of trails in the nature study area provide an opportunity to observe animals and plants in their natural communities.
Pinckney Recreation Area
An extensive trail system is available to the hiker and mountain biker. The trails all begin at Silver Lake Beach. Trailside camping is available within designated campgrounds. Please contact the park office for registration information before you camp.
Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park
The trail is approximately 13 miles long passing through wooded areas and rolling farmland. Paved from Hall Rd in Hamburg Township to M-36, just West of Pinckney, and remainder of trail is gravel.
Howell Nature Center
Enjoy multiple hiking trails around the property. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails (note that dogs are not allowed in the Wild Wonders Wildlife Park due to the other animals).
Deerfield Hills Nature Area
Deerfield Hills Nature Area has 365 acres of park, as well as five miles of trails bordering pristine wetlands.
Lutz County Park
100 acres of public recreation use. 1.3-mile trail system provides opportunities for users to experience high-quality natural areas, scenic views, and wildlife and its habitat while at the same time passing by farm fields. Also available are picnic tables, benches, nature interpretive signs, trail head display, a parking area and restroom.