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  • Clinton River Trail - The trail connects to the West Bloomfield Trail and is used for biking, walking, and jogging.

  • Macomb Orchard Trail - The paved trail stretches over 23 miles in Macomb County, from Dequindre Road to Richmond, Michigan. It connects to the east end of the Clinton River Trail

  • Paint Creek Trail - The Paint Creek Trail is a popular route that extends from Rochester to Lake Orion. In Rochester it can be reached from a trail spur of the Clinton River Trail.

  • Pontiac Lake Recreation Area - The park has a large swimming beach, and miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking.

  • Downtown Detroit Parks & Trails - Detroit Riverwalk, Dequindre Cut Greenway and several parks are located in downtown Detroit.

  • Hines Park - A park along Hines Drive in Wayne Couny that has trails, athletic facilities and more. Hines Park has segments in Northville, Plymouth, Livonia, Westland, Garden City, and Dearborn Heights.

  • Plymouth Area Trails, Parks, Attractions & More - The city and township offer nice parks, trails, historic spots, and more to see and do. Downtown Plymouth hosts many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Plymouth Ice Festival, Art in the Park, the Green Street Fair, and others.

  • I-275 Metro Trail - The trail is over 26 miles long and passes by or through Northville, Canton Township, Plymouth, Livonia, Rolumus, and Westland.

  • Highland Recreation Area - The Highland Recreation Area features trails for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing. It also has lakes for kayaking, boating, and fishing.

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