Michigan Trails and Parks

ORV Friendly Trails and Parks in the Michigan Area

Camp Grayling

Camp Grayling

New this year is a trial opening to ORV use of nearly 95 miles of forest roads located within the Camp Grayling training area in Crawford County. The roads, located on 16,000 acres of state forest lands...

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  • Level: Challenging
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  • Level: Mild
Rocks and Valleys Off-Road Park

Rocks and Valleys Off-Road Park

This off-road park has the typical Northern Michigan terrain that will challenge the driving skills of mild to wild 4 x 4 drivers. The park has over 200 acres of hills, rocks, mud and a variety of trails...

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  • Level: Challenging
Holly Oaks ORV Park

Holly Oaks ORV Park

After years of planning, an off-road vehicle park in Oakland County, the 106-acre Holly Oaks ORV Park opened Sept. 17, 2020. The park is a joint State-County project, operated by Oakland County Parks and Recreation in partnership...

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Oscoda - Huron Trail East

Oscoda - Huron Trail East

The eastern most "Full Size" legal ORV Trail/Route. Interesting scenery next to Lake Huron, The Ausable river and former Wurtsmith AFB.

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LOC - Tawas Point State Park

Tawas Point State Park

Tawas Point State Park, located on the end of a sand spit that forms Tawas Bay along Lake Huron, is home to 183 acres of lakeside recreation and has been referred to as the “Cape Cod...

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Wonderul Michigan Trails

Michigan has some of the best trails in the nation!

Our expert guides

Traveling with a group of Broncos can ensure if you get stuck, there will be a capable vehicle there to assist.

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Family Friendly Group Outtings

The Michigan Bronco Club aims to be family friendly group encouraging adventure, fun, and careful stewardship of Michigan's wonderful natural resources.

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Some words about us

The Michigan Bronco Club is a friendly group of individuals who like to enjoy the wonderful outdoors of Michigan and try to do so in our new Broncos! (for those that have them). We strive to educate our members on improving off-road skills and help organize events to use them.

We started connecting using the very awesome Bronco6g / BroncoNation forums and needed a place to connect and organized Michigan-specific outings, meet-ups, and trails events.

Welcome!

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