Lakelands Trail State Park is one of ve linear state parks in the Michigan State Park system that have been converted from abandoned railroad corridors. The trail is approximately 22 miles long with a gravel and paved surface, and is designed for hiking and bicycling. Cross-country skiing is popular in winter.
There are trailheads in Hamburg Township (Hamburg Road and Pettysville Road), in Pinckney at D-19, in Gregory at M-36, and in Stockbridge at M-106. The trail is paved from Hall Road in Hamburg Township to M-36, just west of Pinckney. The gravel section of the trail is preferred for equestrian use from Stockbridge to Pinckney.
The trail passes through vast woods, open pastures, picturesque wetlands, and o ers views of the beautiful Huron River. The trail also winds its way through multiple small towns—providing ample opportunity for stops along the way.
(Copy courtesy of Michigan DNR)
TRAIL LENGTH • SURFACE • DIFFICULTY
22 miles (35.4km) • Paved or Gravel • Easy