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Trails and Parks


Trails contributed by our fellow Bronco owners around the great State of Mchigan. If you have any you'd like to add or any corrections, please shoot us a note.




Yankee Springs


Relatively mild ride with the exception of a short muddy hill section and a double water crossing. This trail sits on state or county land and public 2 tracks. Used for hunters in the fall to get to their spots. There aren’t a lot of great maps online, but users report that the GAIA app has the trail listed.. The coordinates are for the water hole but trails are all around the area. Users report of more trails in Middleville north of this location, but are unconfirmed. Consider this location not *fully* documented. Note: The water depth of some of...

  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Challenging
Trail Details

Drummond Island ORV Trails


Michigan's Largest Closed-loop Trail System. Unique ferry access and "rock crawling". What makes Drummond Island the ORV paradise of Michigan? Is it the miles of routes and trails resting beneath the tree canopy? Is it the scenic view of wildlife? The variety of trails and routes suitable for experts and novices alike? The easily accessed food, lodging, entertainment, service, or emergency aid? The clear signage indicating location, destination, and points of interest? Well yes, it is, but all of the items above make it a really good trail system, what makes it great is the ‘secret sauce.’ ​There you have...

  • Duration: N/A (Park)
  • Difficult
Park Details

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 of the Midwest.” While this location is not an ORV park or, it is the starting point for our 2022 MBC Fall Color ride. The park is a stopover site for hundreds of migrating birds in the spring and fall, making it a favorite spot for many bird watchers from all over the Midwest. Pet-friendly shoreline.

  • Duration: N/A (Park)
  • Mild
Park Details

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 with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources via a 20-year operating agreement (with a 10-year renewal). The park, consisting of former and active sand and gravel mines, is located off I-75 (at Grange Hall) and Dixie Highway across from Groveland Oaks County Park and Campground. Holly Oaks is open to all types of ORVs, including full-size vehicles, side-by-sides, all-terrain vehicles or ATVs and motorcycles. Additional...

  • Duration: N/A (Park)
  • Challenging
Park Details

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.

  • Duration: N/A (Park)
  • Challenging
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