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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.




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
Park Details

Silver Lake State Park ORV Area


Silver Lake State Park is home to this 500-acre ORV (scramble) area – the only sand dune riding opportunity east of the Mississippi River. Technically speaking, the dunes are not considered a designated trail.

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

Gladwin ORV Route


Short ORV route and "gateway" to Northern MI trail system. Lot's of State Forest two tracks surround the ORV Route and ATV trail system. Great place to try out your Bronco without a lot of challenging trail features.

  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Moderate
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

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 leased from the DNR for military training, are north of County Road 612 near the city of Grayling. The forest roads will be open to the public when not in use for military training. When the area is used for training activities, roads will be gated off for public safety. Notice will be posted on the Camp Grayling Facebook page and shared on local radio stations.

  • Duration: 4 Hours
  • Challenging
Trail Details

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