St. Ignace-Trout Lake Trail Map and Information
Primarily used for snowmobiling, the trail from Trout Lake to St. Ignace (Saint Ignace) stretches approximately 28 miles and is mostly dirt/gravel. The route can also be used for mountain biking and hiking. The trailhead in St. Ignace is near the Little Bear East Arena on Marquette Street. The trailhead for the St. Ignace-Trout Lake Trail in Trout Lake is located off of M-123, about a half of a mile from the railroad crossing.

St. Ignace is the Upper Peninsula's gateway to Mackinac Island, with ferry service to and from the Island. The city is also home to Straits State Park, which features hiking trails, a modern campground, and a rocky beach with a nice view of the Mackinac Bridge. St. Ignace has several lodging and restaurant choices along State Street/Business I-75 and on US-2.

Trout Lake is a rural, small town with a few nearby lakes that are popular with fishermen. The town has a small grocery store and a few restaurants.

The trail also passes through Moran, a very small town with a couple of stores and a gas station.

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