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.

Nice trail but a bit icy today. There are a couple small hills but nothing difficult. The app helped in the center section as a section of the trail was chewed up from construction vehicles within the park. Didn't effect the overall experience.

I’ve only visited this trail in the snowy winter, but it was a beautiful walk through pretty forests and along a lakeside. Despite the cold and the snow, we weren’t the only hikers that morning, but the general peacefulness and relative solitude were sublime.

Great trail. Well travelled but quiet. More moderate than easy. Small markings - take partner and/or cell phone for safety.

Nice trail layout. Trail crosses horse trail once but is separated everywhere else to keep the hikers and riders separated.

walking
4 months ago

Excellent easy trail

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

mountain biking
8 months ago

I like this trail because it never stops testing my balance and riding ability. The technical parts have sharp turns with some up hills or quick down hills. Also when it becomes fast there will be some bumps to cross. Two loops works best for me ;-)

hiking
9 months ago

Easy to navigate, nice 3 mile loop. The lake provides outlets to sit and each lunch, and trails are clearly marked for hikers vs. equestrian.

mountain biking
9 months ago

Trail was tacky and wet/slick in a few spots but still a good ride. Always good flow.

dog friendly

hiking
Saturday, February 18, 2017

Well marked trails. Our first hike and hammock of the year.

hiking
Saturday, January 07, 2017

This is my "go to" trail. Very well marked trail with lots of variation. Makes me feel like I am out there in nature and not just in the neighborhood. Lots of other smaller trails available for added variation in the park. If wearing hiking boots, consider trying the horse trails for extra fun and change of pace.

hiking
Friday, January 06, 2017

Very simple hiking. Difficult in the winter because the path becomes a solid sheet of snow and ice. In the spring/summer/fall months this trail is heavily trafficked. Would be a very easy hike for families with children or seniors.

hiking
Sunday, December 18, 2016

A great trail! Well marked and for all levels. Watch out for horse poop though :)

backpacking
Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Great trail- we enjoyed the park along with our Yorkie who loves to play in the leafs! Beautiful scenery -

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Loved it

hiking
Monday, September 05, 2016

Great Trails. Well maintained and marked. Nice inclines. Beautiful park.

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