Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Pictured Rocks
Photo credit: Mitchell Hart

Wrap yourself in a blanket of snow – enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing UP north

Looking for a place to stretch out and spend some time with loved ones? You’re invited UP north where winter is an occasion! We celebrate the snow with hundreds of miles of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, suited for all levels and abilities. With 250 inches of annual snowfall, our woods transform into silent, glittering, ice-encrusted cathedrals. Many state parks offer the magical experience of lantern-lit cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. Enjoy the warm glow of the woods on the groomed loop and end your evening relaxing with refreshments next to a roaring bonfire. Bring the entire family!


Short strides and long glides along cross-country ski trails

From Thanksgiving to mid-April, spend time criss-crossing the U.P. on frosty trails blanketed with freshly fallen snow. Enjoy a variety of terrain, both wide open and groomed to narrow wooded paths, trimmed in evergreen boughs. City slickers and treehuggers alike will revel in our changing snowscapes! As a serene dusk settles over our state parks, short days transition to glowing nights in our powdered parks.

 

Ironwood
Photo credit: Brendan Scully

Schuss alongside history and natural wonders throughout the U.P.

Fayette Historic State Park in Delta County – Glide through this historic townsite on the Garden Peninsula where you will see buildings and kilns that were used in iron-smelting. The five miles of cross-country ski trails includes a 1.5-mile trail along the bluff that offers views of Lake Michigan and the white cliffs towering above Snail Harbor. An annual Recreation Passport or day pass is required to enter the park.

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Ontonagon County – Located along the shore of Lake Superior, 23 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails are nestled into a 60,000 acre wilderness that boasts the largest virgin hardwood-hemlock forest in the United States. The trail pass includes a special lift ticket to allow cross-country skiers quick access to the trails on the backside of the alpine ski area. Children 12 and under ski free. The park is equipped with trailside cabins, equipment rental, ski shop, warming chalet, two trailside warming shelters and a cafeteria.

 The Keweenaw Trails hug the the wild and woodsy shoreline of Lake Superior along the Keweenaw Peninsula and include four distinct trail systems – the Chassell, Michigan Tech, Swedetown and Maasto Hiihto/Churning Rapids. Cross-country skiers flock to the Swedetown Trails near Laurium for the variety of scenery and terrain along 20 miles of meticulously groomed trails. Three miles of lighted trails are available for night skiing and there is a chalet available for when you’re ready to put your feet up and gather with friends. Depending on your length of stay, either pick up a combined annual pass for the trail system, or choose the day rate for an individual trail. The gently sloping hills also attract sledders.

One of our best kept secrets is wintertime on Mackinac Island! In winter, the north and the entire east side of the Island is ribboned with cross-country ski trails. Wind through natural wonders such as Arch Rock. Gaze for miles at Lake Huron painted in pale blues and whites of the season. Follow the trail up to historical sites. Fort Holmes rewards cross-country enthusiasts with the highest view on the island. Star Line Mackinac Island Ferry offers winter service to Mackinac Island from St. Ignace, Dock #1 only, from November through April.

 

Tahquamenon Falls
Photo credit: Cindy Tarnowski

Snowshoe along crunchy frosted trails

Snowshoeing in Michigan is a perfect way to see the tranquil beauty of the season while staying active. Hike a trail to waterfalls frozen in place, explore ice caves and take in scenic views over still waters and stands of hardwoods. Pause the crunch of your snowshoes to hear the sounds of owls and foxes cracking small branches in the quiet of winter. Take advantage of shorter days and try an evening hike. Kerosene lamps cast a magical glow along groomed trails while your spirits soar in the dark woodland.UP for some winter-themed crafts? Take a class and make your own snowshoes!


Move through woods and waters frozen in motion

Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Paradise, Luce County – There are nine miles of marked snowshoe trails at the upper and lower falls, with a trailhead beginning at the upper falls. The lanterns cast a soft glow and act as directional beacons, so be prepared with a headlamp or flashlight if you prefer more light. Warm up around a bonfire and enjoy refreshments after your adventure. Free snowshoe rental.

Fumee Lake Natural Area near Iron Mountain – Fumee Lake offers a variety of trails, ranging between one mile and seven miles for the hardiest snowshoe enthusiast. Earning high marks are the popular Little Fumee Lake Loop and the Big Fumee Lake Loop. Plan your time to circle either of the lakes for lovely views of this secluded area.

 

Blueberry Ridge
Photo credit: Kristian Saile

Marquette-area abounds with snowshoeing options

Noquemanon Trail Network – This extensive trail system offers four comfortable options from beginners to the more experienced:

  • Baby Lake Trail is known as short and scenic – an ideal choice for beginners
  • Teal Lake Trail offers intermediate terrain, with approximately 2.5 miles of trails, with lighting for evening activity
  • Olympic Trail and Deer Lake Trail challenge with more advanced terrain and longer routes

Iron Ore Heritage Trail – History buffs will delight in this trek. The Iron Ore Trail connects five Upper Peninsula mining communities through 47 miles of interpretative trail. Snowshoe along abandoned railroad corridors that were used to bring lumber to furnaces and forges and iron ore to the Lake Superior Harbor. This multi-use trail is open to the public year-round.

North Country National Scenic Trail – This segment of trail is part of a scenic and historic trail system spanning across seven states that connects 18 trail towns. Maintained in collaboration with the National Park Service, several miles of North Country trail stretch along the shores of Lake Superior, with access to nearby parks and frozen falls in the Marquette area.

Van Riper State Park in Marquette County – Van Riper’s loop is 1.25 miles long, winds underneath towering trees and skirts the edge of the Peshekee River. The park offers regular snowshoeing along the lighted trail which loops at the rustic Peshekee Cabin. Cozy up with coffee, hot chocolate and other treats in the warming hut or at an outdoor fire pit.

 

Lantern-lit snowshoe hikes, historic tours, soup samplings, beer releases and more!

Communities across the U.P. celebrate the silent sports all winter long. Check local listings for special cross-country ski and snowshoe events where you can warm up and wind down at local restaurant and pub events after enjoying the trails.

 

Snowshoe
Photo credit: @johnson12lil

UPcoming Events:

January

Snowshoe, Cross-country ski
Fayette Historical State Park, Garden Peninsula

January – February

Snowshoe, Cross-country ski
Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park, Ontonagon

February

Twilight Turtle Trek
Mackinac Island

February

Upper Hand Brewery Moonwalk
Escanaba

February

Snowshoe, Cross-country ski
Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Paradise

February

Snowshoe
Van Riper State Park, Champion

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Adventure Mountain Sports Area & Ski Hill

698 Depot St
Greenland, MI 49929

Algonquin Pathway

W 16th Ave
Sault Ste Marie, MI 49783

Phone: (800) 647-2858
(906) 635-5281
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Take I-75 to 3 Mile Rd, 20th St W, & 16th Ave W 9.3 miles - hike, ski, bike, 2 miles lighted.
Al Quaal Recreation Area

501 Poplar St
Ishpeming, MI 49849

Phone: (906) 486-6181
(888) 578-6489

Head northeast of US-41 toward N. Marigold St. - 2.7 mi. Turn left at N. 2nd St. - .5 mi.  Turn right at Poplar St
Anderson Lake West State Forest Campground/Pathway

County Road 557
Gwinn, MI 49841

Phone: (906) 346-9201
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Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. There are 19 sites for tent and small trailer use,
Big Bay Pathway

Dump Rd
Big Bay, MI 49808

Phone: (888) 578-6489
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28 miles north of Marquette. Take Co Road 550 (Big Bay Road) north for about 25 miles to to the village of Big Bay, turn
Big Powderhorn Mountain

N11375 Big Powderhorn Rd
Bessemer, MI 49911

Phone: (906) 932-4838
(800) 501-7669
E-Mail Address: info@bigpowderhorn.net
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Nestled in the western Upper Peninsula’s renowned Big Snow Country, has been the Midwest’s premier family re
Black River State Forest Campground/Peters Creek Pathway

Black River Rd
Naubinway, MI 49762

Phone: (906) 635-5281
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7 miles NE of Naubinway via US-2 and Black River Road. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reserva
Blueberry Ridge Pathway

Co Rds 480 & 553
Ishpeming, MI 49849

Phone: (888) 578-6489
(906) 485-1031
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6 miles S of Marquette via Co Rd 553 & Co Rd 480. Parking on east side of Co Rd 553 12 miles, groomed ski, hike,
Cedar River North State Forest Campground/Pathway

River Rd
Cedar River, MI 49887

Phone: (906) 786-2354
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8 miles N of Cedar River (town) via M-35 & Co Rd 551 This rustic campground is nestled among a forest of mixed ha
Days River Natural Area

Gladstone, MI 49837

Phone: (906) 786-2351
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2 miles N of Kipling on Old US-2 .75 miles - Hike, Bike, Interpretive Trail
Days River Pathway

Gladstone, MI 49837

Phone: (906) 786-2354
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Located off U.S. 2 on Days River Road (approximately 3 miles south of Rapid River), this route offers several loops with
Escanaba Pathways

Escanaba, MI 49829

Phone: (906) 786-2192

Located within the city limits, yet feels like it is set deep inside the wilderness. The peaceful cedar ridges and hardw

US Highway 8
Norway, MI 49870

Phone: (906) 774-2945
E-Mail Address: fumeelakes@gmail.com
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Fumee Lake Natural Area is an over 1800 acres natural wildlife area. The Fumee Lake Natural Area has a number of unique
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Indian Lake Pathway

Thompson, MI 49854

Phone: (906) 452-6227
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9 miles NW of Thompson via M149 8.5 miles - Hike, Ski, Bike
J W Wells State Park/Cedar River Trail

N7670 State Highway M35
Cedar River, MI 49887

Phone: (906) 863-9747
Website

Located on Green Bay about 30 miles south of Escanaba. Its 678 acres include a three-mile shoreline with beautiful sandy
Kawbawgam Trails

Lake LeVasseur Public Access
Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 249-1448

Chocolay, Michigan: 5 miles from US-41 Harvey to Kawbawgam Road, 2 miles into Lake Le Vasseur Public Access to Parking a
Lake Gogebic State Park/Forest Trail

N9995 State Highway M64
Lake Gogebic (S), MI 49947

Phone: (906) 842-3341
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Located on the edge of an extensive upland area set in the heart of the Ottawa National Forest, Lake Gogebic State Park
Lake Ottawa Recreation Area/Ge-Che Ski Trail - Ottawa National Forest

Lake Ottawa Rd
Iron River, MI 49935

Phone: (906) 265-5139
(906) 932-1330
Website

From Iron River, Mi., Go 1/2 mile west on US 2, Turn South on M73 and go approx 3/4 a mile and turn west on Lake Ottawa
Lake Ste Kathryn - Ottawa National Forest/Deer Marsh Trail

County Highway D163
Sidnaw, MI 49961

Phone: (906) 852-3500
(906) 932-1330
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Lake Ste Kathryn Campground is located in Iron County 11 miles southeast of the town of Sidnaw, Mi., on the Kenton Range
Little Presque Isle Tract/Harlow Lake Trail

County Road 550
Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 228-6561
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5 miles North of Marquette Co Road 550, trail is on west side of road. Enjoy the seclusion and quiet of a log cabin
Maasto Hiihto/Churning Rapids Trail System

Birch St
Hancock, MI 49930

Phone: (906) 337-4579
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The Maasto Hiihto, which means "cross country skiing" in Finnish, is a striding-only trail system that offers
Maple Lane Archery & Ski Center/Ski Area

124 Kreiger Dr
Skandia, MI 49885

Phone: (906) 942-7662
(906) 485-1636

Trail fee $2.00. Trail is groomed regularly with X-C Ski and Snowshoe rentals available. Snacks and indoor warming area.
Marion Park/Trail

US Highway 8
Norway, MI 49870

Starts anywhere on Brown St and circles Marion Park, on US-8 in Norway.
Marquette City Fit Strip

W Ridge St
Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 228-0460

Groomed regularly for skating and diagonal stride. New loop groomed for diagonal only. 3 loops: 1 KM beginner, 1.5 KM in
McKeever Hills Trail

Munising, MI 49862

Phone: (906) 387-3700
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From the intersection of M-28 and Forest Highway 13 just east of Munising drive south 12 miles on FH 13 to the parking a
McNeary Cross Country Ski Trail

Strongs, MI 49728

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From Strongs Corner at the intersection of M-28 and Salt Point Road about 26.5 miles west of I-75 drive north on Salt Po
Merriman East Pathway

Iron Mountain, MI 49801

Phone: (906) 875-6622
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13 miles NE of Iron Mountain via M-95 & Merriman Rd 9.5 miles - Hike, Ski, Bike
Michigan Tech/Nara Trails/Nature Park

US Highway 41 S
Houghton, MI 49931

Phone: (906) 482-1700
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The Nara Nature Park is a 100 acre nature park donated to the City of Houghton by Bob and Ruth Nara. The park is located
Michigan Tech Nordic Training Center/Trails

Sharon Ave
Houghton, MI 49931

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Michigan Tech Trails is a world class ski trail system with 34km of groomed ski trails for Classic and Skate skiing. Wit
Milje Trails

Wakefield, MI 49968

Phone: (715) 862-2324
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Located 2 miles south of Wakefield on County Road 519. There are 14 km of trails. Gentle classic trails through a mix of
Mount Zion Recreational Complex

E4946 Jackson Rd
Ironwood, MI 49938

Phone: (906) 932-3718
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* 10 slopes and trails * snow tubing park * free cross country ski trail * quality ski and snowboard rentals * s
Munising Trail

Munising, MI 49862

Phone: (906) 387-3700
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8 Trails - 11.7 miles
Natalie State Forest Campground/Canada Lake Pathway

County Road 434
Newberry, MI 49868

Phone: (906) 293-3293
(906) 293-5900
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5.5 miles SE of Newberry via M-123, M-28 & Co Rd 403 Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reser
Negaunee Community Center Ski Trail/Kivela Road Trail

Negaunee, MI 49866

Phone: (906) 475-7869

6 loops totalling over 10KM of regularly groomed trails.
Noquemanon Trail Network

Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (888) 578-6489
(906) 235-6861
E-Mail Address: noquenetwork@gmail.com
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The Noquemanon Trail is a 45k trail system with multiple trailheads. * Easy to difficult * Forestville is our primar
Paradise Pathway

Paradise, MI 49768

Phone: (906) 293-5131

0.5 west of Paradise on M123 5.2 miles - Groomed ski, Hike
Peek A Boo Trail

State Ave
Cedarville, MI 49719

Phone: (906) 484-3935

North of M-129 on Blindline Road, West on State Avenue. The trails is off of State Avenue at the Les Cheneaux Community
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

N8391 Sand Point Rd
Munising, MI 49862

Phone: (906) 387-3700
(906) 387-2607
Website

Pictured Rocks Lakeshore extends for 40 miles along the Lake Superior shoreline of the Upper Peninsula. Over 73,000 acre
Pine Bowl Pathway

Wilson Rd
Sault Ste Marie, MI 49783

Phone: (906) 635-5281
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Pine Bowl is 19 miles SW of Sault Ste Marie. Take I-75 to the Kinross/Tone Road exit; east on Tone Road, then South on
Pinery Lakes Ski Pathway

L'Anse, MI 49946

Phone: (906) 524-7444

Located just east of L'Anse. 3 trails - 5 miles (groomed)
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park/Trails

33303 Headquarters Rd
Ontonagon, MI 49953

Phone: (906) 885-5275
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On the shores of Lake Superior, Porcupine Mountains contain the Midwest's largest remaining stand of old growth timb
Presque Isle Park/Trails

Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 228-0460
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In Marquette, drive north on Fourth Street (changes into Presque Isle Ave.) to Hawley Street. Turn right (east) and cont
Rainbow Trail

Drummond Island, MI 49726

Phone: (833) 817-7851
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1 Trail - 8 KM
Rapid River National Cross Country Ski Trail

Rapid River, MI 49878

Website

From the intersection of US-2 and US 41 in Rapid River drive 6 miles north on US 41 to the trailhead which will be on th
Saux Head Trail

County Road 510
Big Bay, MI 49808

Phone: (906) 225-9445
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Off of County Road 510 * Intermediate trail * Two-way route. 12K. * Trail starts at parking area. * NTN Ski Ar
Seney National Wildlife Refuge

1674 Refuge Entrance Rd
Seney, MI 49836

Phone: (906) 586-9851
E-Mail Address: seney@fws.gov
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Seney National Wildlife Refuge is a great place to watch wildlife, get out into nature and go exploring. Winter, spring,
St Martin's Trail/Search Bay Back Country Trail

Search Bay Rd
Hessel, MI 49754

Phone: (906) 643-7900
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From Hessel drive 5 miles west on M-134 to Search Bay Road (FR 3436). Turn left (south) on FR 3436 and drive about 0.3 m
Strawberry Lake Recreational Area

Main St
Norway, MI 49870

Phone: (800) 236-2447

4 blocks North on Main St from US-2 traffic light. Hiking, Biking & Cross Country Ski Trails
Swedetown Trails

Swedetown Rd
Calumet, MI 49913

Phone: (906) 337-1170
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The Swedetown cross country ski trails offer more than 30 km of groomed ski and snowshoe trails. With an average snowfal
Sylvania Wilderness and Recreation Area - Ottawa National Forest

Watersmeet, MI 49969

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From Watersmeet, Mi go west on US2 for 3.5 Miles and turn left on GCR 535 and travel approximately 3 miles to Entrance S
Tahquamenon Falls State Park/Trails

41382 W State Highway M123
Paradise, MI 49768

Phone: (906) 492-3415
Website

Located near Paradise, Tahquamenon Falls State Park, is the second largest state park in Michigan. Tahquamenon Fall Stat
Three Lakes - Hiawatha National Forest/Walker Lake Trail

Forest Route 3142
Strongs, MI 49790

Phone: (906) 428-5800
Website

From the intersection of I-75 and M-28 drive west on M-28 27.2 miles to Strong Road. Turn left (south) on Strong's R
Twin Lakes State Park/Nature Trail

6204 E Poyhonen Rd
Toivola, MI 49965

Phone: (906) 288-3321
Website

Situated in Michigan's Copper Country located in Houghton County, 15 miles northeast of Mass City and 26 miles south
Valley Spur Trails

E8017 State Highway M94
Munising, MI 49862

Phone: (906) 387-4918
E-Mail Address: info@valleyspur.org
Website

Located on M-94 approximately 3 miles south of Munising in the Hiawatha National Forest. 12 trails - 27
Van Riper State Park/Trails

851 County Road Ake
Champion, MI 49814

Phone: (906) 339-4461
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Contains one-half mile of frontage on Lake Michigamme with a fine sandy beach. There is also one and one-half miles of f
Waboose Trail

Raco, MI

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From the intersection of M-28 and I-75 drive 15.6 miles west on M-28 to Ranger Road (FH 87). Turn right (north) and driv
Watersmeet Cross-Country Ski Trails

Watersmeet, MI 49969

Phone: (906) 358-4766

20 miles of groomed trails.
Watersmeet Visitors Center - Ottawa National Forest/Agonikak Loop Trail

Watersmeet, MI 49969

Phone: (906) 932-1330

Located at the intersections of US45 and US2 in Watersmeet Michigan.  Visitor Center Interpretive Trail is a short
Wolverine Ski Trails

5851 Sunset Rd
Ironwood, MI 49938

Phone: (906) 932-0347
E-Mail Address: wolverinenordic@gmail.com
Website

WOLVERINE NORDIC SKI CLUB volunteers maintain and groom the trail system which consists of 8 trails that provide 25 kilo

159 Young's Lane
Iron River, MI 49935

ABR Trails

E5299 W Pioneer Rd
Ironwood, MI 49938

Phone: (906) 932-3502
Website

60 km of Scenic Cross Country Ski Trails -- ABR Trails is a full service ski touring center located on over 1100 scenic
Baraga State Park/Nature Trail

1300 US Highway 41 S
Baraga, MI 49908

Phone: (906) 353-6558
Website

Situated a quarter mile south of Baraga along US-41 and overlooks scenic Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior. Camping is avail
Bear Paw Cross-Country Ski Trails

339 Clark
Crystal Falls, MI 49920

Phone: (906) 822-7738

15 trails - 14 KM Groomed & Tracked Marked Novice, Intermediate, Advanced Rentals available Trails maps, Warmin
Bergland Ski Trails

Highway M64
Bergland, MI 49910

Phone: (906) 884-2411
Website

The Bergland Ski Trail is located just one mile north of Bergland, off M-64. Scenic hardwoods and pockets of hemlock pro
Bewabic State Park/Nature Trail

720 Idlewild Rd
Crystal Falls, MI 49920

Phone: (906) 875-3324
(800) 447-2757
Website

Fortune Lake, 4 miles west on US-2 A 137-site campground is situated in a shady, wooded site. Most of the sites have
Bill Nicholls Rail-Trail

Houghton, MI 49931

Phone: (800) 338-7982
Website

Stretching from Mass City to Houghton, crosses through the park parallel to M-26. 55 miles - Biking, Cross Country Sk
Black River Harbor Scenic Parkway & Campground/Trails - Ottawa National Forest

County Road 513
Bessemer, MI 49911

Phone: (906) 932-1330
Website

From Ironwood, Mi take US2 east to GCR 513 (Black River Scenic Byway) and turn left. Travel 15 miles to the Campground a
Brevoort Lake/Ridge Trail & Sand Dunes Trail - Hiawatha National Forest

Route 3108
St Ignace, MI 49781

Website

From the intersection of US 2 and Brevoort Camp Road about 17 miles west of St. Ignace turn north on Brevoort Camp Road
Bruno's Run Trail

FFH 13
Wetmore, MI 49895

Phone: (906) 387-3700
Website

12K marked trails for novice to intermediate skier.  11 miles south of Munising on FFH 13.  Cross Country Sk
Cedarville Trail

Cedarville, MI 49719

Chassell Classic Ski Trail

Hancock St
Chassell, MI 49916

Phone: (906) 337-4579
Website

1 block west of US-41 in Chassell on Hancock Street at Chassell Heritage Center. This is a private trail system maintai
Copper Harbor Trail System

brockway dr
Copper Harbor, MI 49918

Phone: (906) 289-4303
Website

Enjoy the romance and wilderness experience of the Northwoods when skiing Copper Harbor's Pathway. The 9km miles of
Copper Harbor Trails Club

Copper Harbor, MI 49918

Courtney Lake/Old Grade Ski Trail - Ottawa National Forest

Forest Route 1960
Mass City, MI 49948

Phone: (906) 884-6577
(906) 932-1330
Website

From Ontonagon, Mi., travel east on M-38 for approximately 21 miles to FR 1960. Turn right (South) onto FR 1960 and trav
Craig Lake State Park/Trails

851 County Road Ake
Champion, MI 49814

Phone: (906) 339-4461
Website

Craig Lake State Park is the most remote state park in the system. It spans more than 6,900 acres in Baraga County. Crai
Eagle Harbor Ski Trail

7th & Pine St
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950

Phone: (906) 289-4407

The Eagle Harbor Ski Trail begins at the intersection of 7th & Pine Streets in Eagle Harbor. The classic wilderness
Fayette Historic Townsite & State Park/Foot Trail

13700 13.25 Ln
Garden, MI 49835

Phone: (906) 373-1668
(906) 644-2603
Website

Once a bustling industrial community that manufactured charcoal pig iron from 1867 to 1891, Fayette offers visitors the
FJ Mclain State Park/Hiking & Ski Trail

18350 State Highway M203
Hancock, MI 49930

Phone: (906) 482-0278
Website

Situated in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula on beautiful Lake Superior and is centrally located between the cities o
Fort Wilkins State Historic Park/Foot Trail

15223 US Highway 41
Copper Harbor, MI 49918

Phone: (906) 289-4215
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Built in 1844 on the rugged shore of Lake Superior, Fort Wilkins is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century army li
Glidden Lake State Forest Campground/Lake Mary Plains Trail

Lake Mary Rd
Crystal Falls, MI 49920

Phone: (906) 875-6622
Website

Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. 23 sites for tent or small trailer use located on G
Grand Marais Trail

Grand Marais, MI 49839

Phone: (906) 387-3700
Website

6 Trails - 10.4 miles
Grey Walls Trail

Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 225-9445

8 KM long containing 3 loops ranging in size from 2 KM to 4 KM long.
Indian Lake State Park/Trails

89790 W County Road 442
Manistique, MI 49854

Phone: (906) 341-2355
Website

Located on Indian Lake, the fourth largest inland lake in the Upper Peninsula with an area of 8,400 acres. It is six mil

14252 US Highway 41
Copper Harbor, MI 49918

Phone: (906) 289-4403
E-Mail Address: kmlgeneralmanager@pasty.net
Website

Nestled in an ancient pine forest 1-1/2 miles south of historic Copper Harbor on US-41, you’ll discover a 1930&rsq
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