Whether you are looking for a place to hike, bike, snowmobile or snowshoe Mecosta County has the trail for you. From a leisurely stroll while taking in a scenic view or for more of a challenging adventure, we can point you in the right direction for the trail that is right for you.
When it comes to trails, there’s no place like Michigan. We are home to more than 13,000 miles of state-managed trails, plus thousands or miles of local, county and federally managed trails and pathways. Together, these trails connect communities and provide real health and economic benefits. No matter where you are, chances are you’ll find hiking and biking, equestrian and water trails.
Protect Michigan Trails by not using them when muddy. Riding or walking on a muddy trail destroys the surface. It leaves ruts/deep holes, uneven tire and footprints, contributes to erosion and creates a hard-to-fix trail surface. Hint: If you are leaving visible bicycle ruts, deep footprints or hoof tracks the trail is too muddy.