Wolf Creek Trails
In 2012, the Wolf Creek Trail system was re-established in the Huron-Manistee National Forest. This newly designated 4.8 mile non-motorized trail system provides day-use opportunities within the AuSable River corridor suitable for walking, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. The trail loop system provides users with a semi-primitive experience. Trail users will enjoy views of the river throughout their walk and from time to time be able to watch a variety of wildlife or observe a diversity of plants in a natural woodland setting. Signs have been places along the trail for users comfort and to complement the historical, educational and interpretive values found next to the AuSable River. The Wolf Creek Trail system is located adjacent to the Town of Mio. It has two access points. The first one is located approximately 0.5 miles north of the stop light in Mio at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources parking lot and canoe put-in. The second one is 2.0 miles east of the stop light on County Road 602. This second access point and parking lot should be used for winter sport activities.~US Forest Service
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.
|ORGANIZATION:||US Forest Service|
|TERRAIN:||100% MODERATE (40%) TO FLAT (60%)|
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