Maybury State Park Contains almost 1,000 acres of gently rolling terrain, open meadow, mature forest, a variety of wildlife and abundant wildflowers, the park gives people an opportunity to get involved in outdoor recreation activities in a state park setting.

Not a hard hike at all. Is great for a relaxing, scenic stroll through a dense Michigan forest. Take the detour to the fishing pond. Looks like something out of a fantasy book.

Nice double loop considering its suburban setting. Trail goes mostly through mature forest. Pond features good waterfowl viewing. Green carsonite posts and trail junction markers mark the hiking trails.

Very nice local trail, well marked and mostly easy. Enjoyable changes from woods and wetlands to a 1-mile meadow loop. Horses, hikers, mtb, dogs, all share the trails companionably. Look for historic landmarks from the Maybury Sanitorium. Saw many bird species, garter snakes (shy), & butterflies including Black Swallowtail.

Great little trail, peaceful, nice scenery, love the horses, and close to home