Oakland County and its surrounding areas offer miles and miles of trails for your fitness and enjoyment on National Trails Day, June 4! It’s the perfect time to get outside and take a stroll, jog through a park, bike with friends, kick up some dirt at Holly Oaks ORV Park, saddle up on a horse, or paddle down a river. Whether you’re looking to get some vitamin D, exercise, or just want to enjoy some quiet time with nature, there’s no shortage of trails to meet your needs in Oakland County.
National Trails Day Events
National Trails Day is the largest celebration of trails, and some Oakland County communities are celebrating with events:
- Auburn Hills to Rochester Hills Paddlepalooza
- Milford Bike Fest and Trail Challenge
- Paint Creek Trail – Tour de Trail in Lake Orion
- West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation – National Trails Day
Interactive Trail Viewer Map
Time spent outside in nature is healing and beneficial for the body and mind. Visit our Trails Page for an interactive trail viewer map, which allows you to sort by parks and trails, take note of a trail’s surface area, and view a trail’s elevation by clicking on it.
Find a Trail at an Oakland County Park
Oakland County Parks and Recreation offers nearly 80 miles of paved and natural trails throughout their 14 parks.
9501 Sashabaw Road, 48348
12451 Andersonville Road, 48350
6555 Milford Road, 48442
Holly Oaks ORV Park
14551 Shields Road, 48442
14555 Dixie Hwy., 48442
10501 Buckhorn Lake Road, 48442
2301 W. Clarkston Road, 48360
1480 W. Romeo Road, 48367
30300 Hales St., 48071
27705 Greenfield Road, 48076
1702 Scott Lake Road, 48328
52221 Pontiac Trail, 48393
Additional Trails In and Around Oakland County
Clinton River Trail
Downtown Rochester Riverwalk
Huron Valley Trail
Iron Belle Trail
I-275 Metro Trail
M-5 Metro Trail
Macomb Orchard Trail
Michigan Air Line Trail
Paint Creek Trail
Polly Ann Trail
West Bloomfield Trail
Individuals of all abilities can enjoy trails in Oakland County. Visit the Oakland County Parks and Recreation, Huron-Clinton Metroparks and Michigan Department of Natural Resources websites for more information about their accessible recreation opportunities. When planning your trail trip, use the trail viewer map to see the type of surface for every trail in Oakland County.
Let us know how you spent National Trails Day by leaving a comment below!