Midland to Mackinac Trail

Midland to Mackinac Trail
POINTS OF INTEREST MAP LEGEND:
TRAIL HEAD
HISTORICAL SITE
BEACH
NATURAL FEATURE
CAMPGROUND
PARK
CULTURAL INTEREST
SCENIC VIEW
EDUCATIONAL INTEREST
VISITOR CENTER
EMERGENCY CARE
WATER ACCESS
FISHING
WILDLIFE OR NATURE VIEWING
TRAIL FRIENDLY BUSINESS
This trail is good for:
100%
68%
14%

Note: Not all sections of each trail are approved for every activity listed for the trail as a whole. Please click on individual trail sections to see approved activities for that section.

LENGTH: 168.6 mi
SURFACE: 58% Natural
26% Unspecified
9% Crushed Limestone
5% crushed limestone
ORGANIZATION: Michigan DNR
TERRAIN: 60% Unspecified
29% Variable
9% flat
WEBSITE(S): N/A
TRAIL FILES: N/A
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Current Weather Conditions:
58° 45°
49°F
Feels Like: 46°
Partly Cloudy
5
Winds: S
Gusts: 9 MPH
Sun
Oct 20
60° 44°
27% 59%
Mon
Oct 21
58° 44°
85% 88%
Tue
Oct 22
54° 41°
84% 82%
Wed
Oct 23
46° 37°
72% 55%
Thu
Oct 24
45° 35°
28% 73%
Trail Reviews
History of the M2M Trail
Jerry
This 210 mile trail was built in the 1950s by Scouts from The Midland area. By design, the trail replicates the Native American trade route between the Saginaw Bay area and the Straits of Mackinac. By direction of the Conservation Department (now the DNR), the treadway remains basically as nature made it - the few exceptions are for stream crossings and at swampy areas. The trail is to be clearly marked by 2"x 6" blue blazes and triangular confidence markers, a few per mile. Scout units adopt and maintain segments of the trail. Enjoy your hike!
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