Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Michigan offers over thirty snowmobile trail rides from which to choose. The best Michigan snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Houghton County, Cadillac West, Newaygo County, Gaylord, and Keweenaw County. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Michigan snowmobiling trail below.
Northwest of Marquette near the town of Houghton, the Houghton County area has a 177 mile snowmobile trail network. The Houghton County snowmobile trails are part of the Michigan snowmobiling trail network and there are four nice loops within the county. These trails are regularly groomed.
Northwest of Marquette and northeast of Houghton on the upper peninsula, the Keweenaw Peninsula juts 100 miles into Lake Superior and has 233 miles of excellent groomed snowmobile trails. Don't miss riding the snowmobiling on Bill Nichols Trail or the awesome views from the Brockway Mountain Trail.
The Traverse City area is known for miles of groomed snowmobile trails. The High Lake Spur Staging Area provides excellent trail access.
East of Manistee and north of Wellston, the Wellston Area has 39 miles of groomed snowmobile trails that connect with the Ward Hills Trail. This trail system connects with the Udell trail system.
East of Manistee in the Cadillac / Manistee Ranger District, the Udell Hills Trail is a 16 mile groomed snowmobile route. This trail system connects with the Ward Hills trail system which is open to snowmobiling.
In Gogebic County, the Lake Gogebic area has 240 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Many sledheads enjoy the Gogebic County snowmobiling trails around Watersmeet.
Off the eastern tip of the Upper Peninsula, Drummond Island is the largest freshwater island in the US. Drummond has over 50,000 acres of government land with over 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trails through hardwood and cedar forests.