Best ATV in Michigan
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Michigan, Iosco County
01 :48 hrs
The Huron-Sand Lake Spur Trail starts just north of Sand Lake and travels north through Huron National Forest to the junction with the 35-mile Huron ORV Trail. The out-and-back trail is 9 miles long and is wide with very little change in elevation. There are some sandy sections. The trail is open to motorized vehicles that are 50 inches less or width. A Michigan ORV sticker and trail permit are required for riding this trail and the Huron ORV trail.
Michigan, Iosco County
06 :33 hrs
The Huron ORV Trail starts just west of the town of Oscoda and Lake Huron shoreline and covers over 30 miles of scenic and rugged terrain in Huron National Forest. The out-and-back ORV trail is wide and sandy with very little change in elevation. The trail is open to motorized vehicles that are 50 inches less or width. The trail is also popular for snowmobiling during the winter when there is snow. Additional riding can also be found on the Huron-Sand Lake spur trail which travels south to Sand Lake. A Michigan ORV sticker and trail permit are required for riding the Huron ORV Trail.
Michigan, Ogemaw County
01 :14 hrs
The Ambrose Lake to Rose City Trail starts near the eastern shoreline of Ambrose Lake and travels north for over 6 miles through scenic and peaceful state forest land in Michigan's lower peninsula. The trail is open to ORVs 50 inches in width or less including off-road motorcycles. An ORV license and trail permit are required for riding. The trail features some changes in elevation and there are also rocks, ruts, and tree roots to watch out for. The trail connects to other riding trails including the Ogemaw Hills Route, Ambrose Lake Trail, and more.
Michigan, Otsego County
02 :11 hrs
Big Bear Trail covers over 20 miles through state forest land in the northern part of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. The trail is open to ORVs 50 inches in width or less including motorcycles. The trail is mostly flat with some sandy and rocky sections but the much of the trail is hard-packed dirt. There are some small ups and downs and twists and turns. An ORV license and trail permit are required for riding. The trail also connects to the Crapo Creek Trail and North Branch Route for additional riding opportunity.
02 :24 hrs
The Hancock to Calumet Trail is a motorized multi-use recreational trail that follows an old railroad bed between the towns of Hancock and Calumet on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. The trail is open to ORVs of all sizes including motorcycles. Riding the trail requires an ORV license and trail permit. The trail is also open to mountain bikers and foot traffic so pay attention to other users on the trail. The trail is also open to snowmobiles during the winter.
Michigan, Menominee County
04 :40 hrs
The Forest Island Route and Trail is located just west of Green Bay on the Lake Michigan shoreline and offers almost 50 miles of scenic OHV riding trails through Escanaba State Forest. The majority of this ride follows a route that is open to OHVs of all sizes including motorcycles. There are some portions of trail that are only open to vehicles 50 inches or less though. Exploring the trails requires an ORV license and trail permit.
Michigan, Muskegon County
02 :05 hrs
Cedar Creek Trail is a 24-mile motorsport trail that travels through scenic and rugged terrain of Manistee National Forest east of Lake Michigan on Michigan's Lower Peninsula. The trail is open for ORVs less than 50 inches wide and is a good option for intermediate riders. The trail is sandy with some bridge crossings and there are some small changes in elevation along the route, especially on the southern loops. A Michigan ORV sticker and trail permit are required for riding.
Michigan, Chippewa County
04 :32 hrs
Drummond Island offers one of the most extensive and rugged off-roading trails in all of Michigan. This ride follows the ORV route which is open to jeeps and ORVs. Some sections of the route will be tight for vehicles larger than 72 inches. The route also connects to the trail system which is open to ORVs up to 50 inches or less in width. The trails require a Michigan ORV sticker and trail permit for riding.
Michigan, Roscommon County
03 :40 hrs
The Denton Creek Trail is located just south of Houghton Lake in Roscommon State Forest and offers great scenery and fun riding terrain for vehicles 50 inches or less in width. The trail features lots of twists and turns and ups and downs along the way. There may be wet riding conditions due to creeks and wildlife flooding areas. There are a few sections of this ride that also follow part of the Denton Creek Route which offers additional riding opportunities in the area for ORVs wider than 50 inches in width. An ORV license and trail permit are required for riding.
Michigan, Clare County
03 :53 hrs
The Leota Trail traverses the terrain along the Muskegon River just north of the town of Harrison. The trail is open for ATVs 50 inches or less in width and offers scenic and rugged landscape for exploration. The trail has some rocky sections and lots of small ups and downs but no major obstacles or climbs. The Leota trail system also connects to the Denton Creek Trail which offers over 30 more additional miles for riding. A Michigan ORV license and trail permit are required for riding.
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