Best Trails Near Mackinaw City MI

Mackinaw City has 11 trails in the vicinity, including 4 for road biking and 2 for snowshoeing. These trails range from 8 to 75.4 miles in length. The longest trail in Mackinaw City is Tip of the Mitt Classic a well-known trail measuring 75.4 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Mackinaw City to Sturgeon Bay, Circling Mackinac Island and Tip of the Mitt Classic. Trails.com member Dirk W. recently completed Circling Mackinac Island.

More information on the best trails in Mackinaw City can be found below.
  • Wilderness State Park: Waugoshance Point

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    The long narrow Waugoshance Point and the chain of small rock and gravel islands at its tip reach 7 miles west into Lake Michigan. The point and the islands consist of low rock and gravel beaches ...
    •  Part or full day
    •  9 miles
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    The long narrow Waugoshance Point and the chain of small rock and gravel islands at its tip reach 7 miles west into Lake ...

  • Wilderness State Park Trails

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    Stop here and you’ll see why Michiganians consider themselves lucky. Wilderness is small yet huge, with more than 30 miles of coast that juts like a needle into Lake Michigan. You can still ...
    •  Day trip
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Stop here and you’ll see why Michiganians consider themselves lucky. Wilderness is small yet huge, with more than 30 miles ...

  • Mackinaw City to Sturgeon Bay

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    This 10-mile drive from Mackinaw City to Sturgeon Bay takes you through Wilderness State Park along the lower peninsula’s northern coast. The drive ends at Waugoshance Point, and during the brief ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    This 10-mile drive from Mackinaw City to Sturgeon Bay takes you through Wilderness State Park along the lower peninsula’s ...

  • Tip of the Mitt Classic

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    The Straits of Mackinac, at the very tip of the mitten that is Michigan's Lower Peninsula, is the highlight of this coast-to-coast route. Here land and water meet, as Lake Huron and Lake Michigan ...
    •  75.4 miles
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    The Straits of Mackinac, at the very tip of the mitten that is Michigan's Lower Peninsula, is the highlight of this coast-to-coast ...

  • Wilderness State Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Mackinaw City, MI

    Stop here and you’ll see why Michiganians consider themselves lucky. Wilderness is small yet huge, with more than 30 miles of coast that juts like a needle into Lake Michigan. You can still ...
    •  Day trip
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Stop here and you’ll see why Michiganians consider themselves lucky. Wilderness is small yet huge, with more than 30 miles ...

  • Wilderness State Park: Lakeshore Campground

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    The cedar trees here are thick, and several tents can sit toward the back of these sites and enjoy privacy lacking elsewhere in the campground.
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    The cedar trees here are thick, and several tents can sit toward the back of these sites and enjoy privacy lacking elsewhere ...

  • North Central State Trail

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    The 62-mile North Central State Trail offers a multiuse trail adventure into the hills, agricultural areas, woods, and waterways of Michigan, with connections to well-established tourist towns ...
    •  62 miles
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    The 62-mile North Central State Trail offers a multiuse trail adventure into the hills, agricultural areas, woods, and waterways ...

  • Wilderness State Park

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    Rugged shoreline and a chain of small islands make Wilderness State Park a notable Lake Michigan kayaking destination. Situated on the northwestern tip of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, Wilderness ...
    •  Day trip
    •  Guide

    Rugged shoreline and a chain of small islands make Wilderness State Park a notable Lake Michigan kayaking destination. Situated ...

  • Wilderness State Park

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    With 26 miles of lakeshore, visitors can find a bit of Lake Michigan for themselves. But there are also 10,000 acres of wilderness and over 20 miles of hiking trails to explore it. The campsites ...
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    With 26 miles of lakeshore, visitors can find a bit of Lake Michigan for themselves. But there are also 10,000 acres of wilderness ...

  • Circling Mackinac Island

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    With automobiles prohibited, Mackinac Island, in the Straits of Mackinac, is a bicyclist's dream. Bikers ride alongside horse-drawn carriages and hikers, on miles and miles of paved roads and ...
    •  8.1 miles
    •  Guide

    With automobiles prohibited, Mackinac Island, in the Straits of Mackinac, is a bicyclist's dream. Bikers ride alongside horse-drawn ...

  • Big Mac Shoreline Ramble

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    Mackinaw City, MI

    "Big Mac" is the Mackinac Bridge, when connects upper and lower Michigan. The towering structure is one of the world's greatest bridges. Completed in 1957, it put a road over the crossroads of ...
    •  29.1 miles
    •  Guide

    "Big Mac" is the Mackinac Bridge, when connects upper and lower Michigan. The towering structure is one of the world's greatest ...