Huron-Manistee National Forests

Covering nearly more than 978 thousand acres, including 5,786 acres of wetlands between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, the Huron and Manistee National Forests were combined in 1945 for administrative purposes.

90% of the forest roads are open to off-roading. Some of the most popular trails include the 24-mile Cedar Creek Trail with flat to challenging rolling terrain that includes two bridge crossings and two sandy loops; the Bull Gap ORV trail which has 115 miles of ATV trails made up of mostly hilly terrain thru oak, jack pine, and other hardwoods; and Little O and Big O trails which combine for 139 miles Offering a number of terrain types, including sandy flatlands, rolling hills, open meadows and thickly-wooded forests, and also connecting with hundreds of miles of other trails.

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