Biking

Accessible paved/unpaved trails to road/mountain bike and which are adjacent to or within natural areas

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Click to center Aloha State Park - Mullett Lake in the map view.
Developed and carry in access at Aloha State Park
Click to center Ball Diamond Park - Rogers City in the map view.
Blueways Water Trail Access Site
Click to center Bass River Recreation Area in the map view.
Click to center Burt Lake State Park -Access in the map view.
Burt Lake State Park Boat Launch
Click to center City of Muskegon Fisherman's Landing in the map view.
The City of Muskegon's Fisherman's Landing features an improved launch, campground, and fishing area.
Click to center City of Muskegon Grand Trunk Launch Ramp on Muskegon Lake in the map view.
Grand Trunk features a small boat launch, parking, access to the Lakeshore Trail bike path, a wetland boardwalk, picnic shelter and interpretive signage. The Lake Express Muskegon to Milwaukee high speed ferry terminal is located nearby.
Click to center City of Muskegon Hartshorn Marina in the map view.
Hartshorn Marina is located in the downtown Muskegon area, with access to Muskegon Lake, Muskegon River and Lake Michigan. The Lakeshore Trail bike path is accessible from the launch parking lot area.
Click to center City of Muskegon Pere Marquette Park Access in the map view.
Pere Marquette is a popular Lake Michigan public beach, located on the south side of the Muskegon Navigational Channel near a historic lighthouse, coast guard station, NOAA Field Station, maritime walkway and the U.S.S. Silversides Submarine Museum.
Click to center Ford Field Park in the map view.
A Dearborn city park that now offers canoe rentals on week-ends.
Click to center Grand River Park in the map view.
Click to center Johnson Park in the map view.
Click to center Kal-Haven Trail Picnic Pavilion in the map view.
Dinghy dock, picnic area, no vehicle access
Click to center Keith J. Charters Traverse City State Park in the map view.
Traverse City State Park features a quarter mile of beautiful beach on the Grand Traverse Bay. The park is only two miles from downtown Traverse City, one of the most popular resort towns in Michigan. The campground is open year round with heated restroom
Click to center Lake Erie Metropark Launch in the map view.
Lake Erie Metropark Launch.
Click to center Littlefield Township Park - Crooked Lake in the map view.
Small lakeside park.
Click to center Ludington State Park - Hamlin Lake Access in the map view.
The Ludington State Park is known as the most popular state park in Michigan for its abundant natural resources and endless activities.
Click to center Marina Park - Indian River in the map view.
Best Indian River access, just up the Little Sturgeon River
Click to center Mullett Village Boating Access Site in the map view.
DNR developed boat launch on Mullett Lake
Click to center Muskegon Conservation Club in the map view.
The Muskegon Conservation Club provides access for members and guests. Emergency access is available and additional paddler-friendly amenities are currently being planned.
Click to center Muskegon County Heritage Landing Access in the map view.
Heritage Landing features picturesque views of Muskegon Lake, spectacular sunsets and a variety of festivals and outdoor, recreational opportunities,
Click to center Newburgh Lake Public Boat Launch in the map view.
Click to center Polish Line Road - Mullett Lake in the map view.
Polish Line Road End Park
Click to center RUBY CAMPGROUND in the map view.
Click to center Spring Lake Park - Spring Lake in the map view.
Spring Lake Park - Not a good access point.
Click to center Svensson Park Access in the map view.
This park features a launch for non-motorized boats, footbridge and grills. There is bike path access along the front of the property.
Click to center Topinabee Park - Mullett Lake in the map view.
Small township waterfront park
Click to center Van Buren State Park in the map view.
State Park Access Site
Click to center Veterans Memorial Park on Muskegon River in the map view.
Veterans Memorial Park, on Muskegon River at Muskegon Lake is a historically significant World War I memorial park and a tribute to all veterans. Significant effort is underway to restore historic features and passive public outdoor recreation amenities.
Click to center Crooked River Lodge in the map view.
Click to center Riverside Cottages in the map view.
Click to center Aloha State Park Campground in the map view.
Aloha State Park Campground and Day Use
Click to center Burt Lake State Park Campground in the map view.
Burt Lake State Park - Popular campground and day use facility
Click to center Cartier Park Campground in the map view.
Cartier Park is located along the M-116 corridor to the North of Stearns Park Beach.
Click to center Kal-Haven Rustic Campground, No Vehicle Access in the map view.
Small rustic campground
Click to center Muskegon Lake Navigational Channel at Lake Michigan in the map view.
The Channel connects Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan and to the Great Lakes. Large freighters, tugs, sailboats, fishing boats and the Lake Express high-speed, cross lake ferry to Milwaukee all use this scenic, commercial and recreational channel.
Click to center Lee Grande Ranch Nature Preserve in the map view.
Enjoy non motorized trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding
Click to center The Headlands Nature Preserve in the map view.
Designated as an International Dark Sky Park
Click to center Fay Martin River Resort in the map view.
Resort with 6 cabins sits on 2 acres of landscaped lawn, fronting one side of Michigan's famous Inland Waterway, on the Indian River.
Click to center Jeannie Johnson Property in the map view.
Newly acquired State land on Mullett Lake
Click to center Ludington State Park - Beach House in the map view.
Lake Michigan Primary Route