The Negwegon Trail is twelve miles of back-country hiking through cedar, ash, pine, oak and aspen forests, views of Lake Huron, and back-country camping sites. This system consists of three trails: the 3.5 mile Negwegon-Algonquin Trail; the 4.8 mile Negwegon-Chippewa Trail; and the 3.3 mile Negwegon-Potawatomi Trail. Negwegon State Park is a rustic, undeveloped area open for hunting, walk-in camping and hiking. The terrain is a mixture of low land areas, with small ridges, to mature pine forest, with some hardwoods and aspen forest, with some pockets of open meadows mixed in. Negwegon hosts a beautiful undeveloped sandy beach on Lake Huron. Please use caution when visiting Negwegon as the roads into the park are often so sandy that a four-wheel drive vehicle is needed. Motorized vehicles are not allowed on the trails or off-road.
MichiganTrailMaps.com says, "The trail system at Negwegon is divided into three loops with posted trailheads located in the parking area. Heading south is the Potawatomi Trail, a 3.3-mile loop that hugs Lake Huron before swinging inland for its return. Departing to the north is the Chippewa Trail, a 7-mile loop past all four backcountry campsites and the spectacular views at the end of South Point, making it one of the finest treks on the sunrise side of the state. A crossover spur labeled Algonquin Trail shortens the loop to 3.7 miles." Click here for trail maps!