Potawatomi Trail Horseback Riding
The 8th most popular equestrian trail in Michigan.
Friday 1 July 2016 04:08 GMT
Northwest of Ann Arbor near Pinckney, the 11,000 acre Pinckney State Recreation Area has miles of horseback riding trails. A popular route is the 17 mile Potawatomi Trail. The trails all begin at the Silver Lake unit. The Silver Lake trail is a two-mile looped trail, the Crooked Lake trail is a five-mile looped trail and Potawatomi trail is a seventeen-mile looped trail. Trails are open to mountain biking and hikers who travel in opposite direction. The Losee Lake trail is a three and 1/2-mile loop open to foot traffic only. The Waterloo-Pinckney Trail is thirty-five miles and is closed to bikes.
The area is located in Washtenaw and Livingston Counties, fifteen miles northwest of Ann Arbor. For access from US-23, exit at number 49, turn west, travel eleven miles to Dexter-Town Hall Road, turn right. Entrance is one mile on left side of road. For access from I-94 is to exit at number 159, turn north, travel four miles to Werkner Road, turn right, follow the pavement to North Territorial Road, turn right, travel three miles to Dexter-Town Hall Road, turn left. Entrance is one mile on left side of road.
Overall, Potawatomi Trail is the 8th most popular horse trail of all 12 horseback rides in Michigan.