Hiking, Biking & Birding Trails

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Algonac State Park Hiking Trail

8732 River Rd.
Marine City, MI 48039 US

Phone: (810) 765-5605
Region: Clay / Algonac
Website

Explore 6.2 miles of trails.
Algonac Prairie & Oak Savanna Trail

MI US

Phone: (810) 765-5605
Region: Clay / Algonac
Website

Trek on of the few remaining lake-plain prairie and savannas at Algonac State Park.
Backus Nature Trail

Harbor Beach, MI 48441 US

Phone: (989) 479-3363
Region: Harbor Beach
Website

Wooded areas with featured boardwalks and bridges.
Harbor View Trail

Harbor Beach 48441 US

Region: Harbor Beach
Website

Trail in Harbor Beach connects the campground, marina, parks, beach and the community's business district.
Marysville Beach & Living Shoreline Promenade

1660 River Rd.
Marysville, MI 48040 US

Region: Marysville
Website

Beach & living shoreline walk on the St. Clair River with view of passing freighters. Also known as Chrysler Beach.
Huron County Nature Center & Wilderness Arboretum

3336 Loosemore Rd.
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 551-8400
Region: Port Austin
Website

The 280 acre Huron County Nature Center Wilderness Arboretum features many groomed walking trails.
Port Austin Kayak & Bike Rental

119 E. Spring St.
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 550-6651
Region: Port Austin
Website

Explore Lake Huron's shoreline by kayak and paddleboard or wheel around Port Austin by bicycle.
Port Austin Outdoor Adventure

Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Region: Port Austin
Website

Get info about Port Austin's kayaking and water trails, biking, hiking, bird-watching, stargazing and more!
Port Crescent State Park Day Use Area

Port Austin Rd.
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 738-8663
Region: Port Austin
Website

Day use sand dunes beach area on Lake Huron/Saginaw Bay. Dark sky preserve with birds of prey observation deck.
Bridge to Bay Trail

Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Region: Port Huron
Website

Diverse trail system of boardwalks, river-walks, rail trails & bike paths over 37 miles, map in description.
Fort Gratiot Bike Path & Nature Preserve

3720 Keewahdin Rd.
Fort Gratiot, MI 48059 US

Phone: (810) 385-4489
Region: Port Huron
Website

The serene, accessible 8' and 10' paved bike paths runs approximately 3.4 miles.
Goodells County Park

8345 County Park Dr.
Goodells, MI 48027 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Region: Port Huron
Website

Playgrounds, splash pad, historical village, butterfly garden, equestrian center & farm museum.
Sanborn Park, Nature Area & Swimming Pool

Pine Grove and Sanborn Ave.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-9760
Region: Port Huron

41 acre park, pool, tennis & basketball courts, unique super slide with a nature trail 2 blocks east in Port Huron.
Blue Water River Walk

500 Water St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Region: Port Huron
Website

The Blue Water River Walk is a unique location to watch freighter traffic, view the St. Clair River
Fort Gratiot County Park

3325 Metcalf Rd.
Fort Gratiot, MI 48059 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Region: Port Huron
Website

This 30 acre park offers breathtaking views of Lake Huron and 852 feet of shoreline and beach.
Thomas Edison Park

Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-9760
Region: Port Huron

A place to take in the breathtaking views of passing ships while relaxing on a bench, walking, biking or fishing.
Pine River Nature Center, Trail & Treehouse

2585 Castor Rd.
Goodells, MI 48027 US

Phone: (810) 364-5477
Region: Port Huron
Website

3 mile trail, treehouse and hands-on science education nature center in Goodells, 13 miles west of Port Huron.
Great Lake to Lake Trail

2900 Conger St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (517) 485-6022
Region: Port Huron
Website

Route #1 of a 275 mile trail going from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. Start/End in Port Huron at Lighthouse Beach.
Woodsong County Park

3494 Abbottsford Rd.
North Street, MI 48049 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Region: Port Huron
Website

This 44.5 acre park offers breathtaking views of the Black River
Alice W. Moore Woods Nature Sanctuary Trail


St. Clair, MI 48079 US

Phone: (517) 655-5655
Region: St. Clair
Website

Mature oak-hickory woods with peaceful ponds and a 1.5 mile long nature trail for hiking/walking.
East China Township Park

701 Recor Rd.
East China, MI 48054 US

Phone: (810) 765-8879
Region: St. Clair
Website

Park near St. Clair located at M-29 & Recor Road has a sledding hill, dog park, playground & baseball fields.
Greig Park Nature Trail

547 Carney Dr.
St. Clair, MI 48079 US

Phone: (810) 329-7121
Region: St. Clair
Website

Wooded nature trail at a 36.5 acre park.
Stephen M. Polovich Memorial Nature Sanctuary

Cribbons Rd.
Clyde, MI 48049 US

Blue Water Birding Trail

St. Clair County, MI US

Website

12 spots in St. Clair County known by birders for successful viewing spots. Click on website for a map of locations.
Birding Trails Huron County Tip of the Thumb Michigan

Huron County, MI US

Website

Hotspots for spotting birds in Huron Counties tip of the thumb. Click on visit website for the map.
Columbus County Park

1670 Bauman Rd.
Columbus, MI 48063 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Website

411 acres of trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking. Fish the Belle River, playground & sledding hill.
Wadhams to Avoca Trail

MI 48074 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Website

The Wadhams to Avoca Trail utilizes more than 12 miles of a historic rail line formerly owned by the CSX Company.
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Trek on of the few remaining lake-plain prairie and savannas at Algonac State Park.

Explore 6.2 miles of trails.

Mature oak-hickory woods with peaceful ponds and a 1.5 mile long nature trail for hiking/walking.

Wooded areas with featured boardwalks and bridges.

Hotspots for spotting birds in Huron Counties tip of the thumb. Click on visit website for the map.

12 spots in St. Clair County known by birders for successful viewing spots. Click on website for a map of locations.

The Blue Water River Walk is a unique location to watch freighter traffic, view the St. Clair River

Diverse trail system of boardwalks, river-walks, rail trails & bike paths over 37 miles, map in description.

411 acres of trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking. Fish the Belle River, playground & sledding hill.

Park near St. Clair located at M-29 & Recor Road has a sledding hill, dog park, playground & baseball fields.

The serene, accessible 8' and 10' paved bike paths runs approximately 3.4 miles.

This 30 acre park offers breathtaking views of Lake Huron and 852 feet of shoreline and beach.

Playgrounds, splash pad, historical village, butterfly garden, equestrian center & farm museum.

Route #1 of a 275 mile trail going from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. Start/End in Port Huron at Lighthouse Beach.

Wooded nature trail at a 36.5 acre park.

Trail in Harbor Beach connects the campground, marina, parks, beach and the community's business district.

The 280 acre Huron County Nature Center Wilderness Arboretum features many groomed walking trails.

Beach & living shoreline walk on the St. Clair River with view of passing freighters. Also known as Chrysler Beach.

3 mile trail, treehouse and hands-on science education nature center in Goodells, 13 miles west of Port Huron.

Explore Lake Huron's shoreline by kayak and paddleboard or wheel around Port Austin by bicycle.

Get info about Port Austin's kayaking and water trails, biking, hiking, bird-watching, stargazing and more!

Day use sand dunes beach area on Lake Huron/Saginaw Bay. Dark sky preserve with birds of prey observation deck.

41 acre park, pool, tennis & basketball courts, unique super slide with a nature trail 2 blocks east in Port Huron.


A place to take in the breathtaking views of passing ships while relaxing on a bench, walking, biking or fishing.

The Wadhams to Avoca Trail utilizes more than 12 miles of a historic rail line formerly owned by the CSX Company.

This 44.5 acre park offers breathtaking views of the Black River
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