Looking for a great trail in Stony Creek Metropolitan Park, Michigan? AllTrails has 11 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 6 moderate trails in Stony Creek Metropolitan Park ranging from 1.8 to 7 miles and from 830 to 951 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
off trail
21 hours ago

hiking
2 days ago

Hard follow this route. We ended up winging it!

hiking
3 days ago

Nice trail with good diversity of nature. Trails fairly well maintained. Perfect length for a hike. One of the only woodsy trails in Stoney creek that allows dogs.

Nice brisk day. No snow or ice. Clear paths, fair amount of ppl.

I truly loved this trail — open path with pretty foliage and a biiiiig hill at the end!

walking
fee
12 days ago

hiking
muddy
19 days ago

hiking
icy
snow
1 month ago

hiking
snow
1 month ago

My favorite local trails. I hike here every weekend with my wife, daughter, and our dog. We don't take the specific path that's outlined here which is paved trail for cars and cycles. There is West Branch hiking and mountain bike course to the West just above the golf course where you can truly get lost in the woods. Also Trolly trail to the South is also nice and more nature trails to the North but dogs are not allowed on nature trails so we hardly hike there. Beautiful thing about Stony Creek is that there are many path options. It can be crowded especially during Holiday around picnic areas but if you go deep in the trails, it's not that busy. $40 per year which seems to go up by $5 every year which I am not happy about but with it, you can visit all Metroparks in Michigan so it's still not a bad deal. Also it is free if you walk in or bike in. Fee is only for cars.

hiking
icy
snow
2 months ago

hiking
snow
2 months ago

hiking
snow
2 months ago

walking
fee
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Great place to #opttoact so glad I came out

4 months ago

in spring till june tick heaven.

bike touring
fee
4 months ago

my favorite local place to ride my bike! it is a great length for biking; going around the whole loop takes about 45 minutes. the path is paved with just mild inclines that require more forceful pedaling. the scenery is absolutely beautiful and the path is really well maintained, which is why it's my fav! PS I don't know why one person said the trail is dirt because it's paved. also, in regards to another review, hikers shouldn't have to get out of the way of bikers unless they are in the wrong lane because bikes are supposed to go around them in the other lane to pass them.

Nice quiet trail - few bikes

hiking
5 months ago

Nice quick trail that gives you a view of the original Stoney creek

hiking
rocky
5 months ago

Nice rolling hills. Can be crowded with mountain bikes, so stay alert.

hiking
rocky
5 months ago

Headed out the beginning is sandy, rocky, and hilly. At the end the trail is mostly grass and soft.

hiking
5 months ago

There were signs that pesticides had just been sprayed. Very quiet and peaceful. We did not pass anyone.

hiking
6 months ago

Pro hiker review. please remove hiking tag from this biking trail. the most boring trail I have ever done. please do not hype this trail for hikers, cheers.

mountain biking
6 months ago

Definitely one of the better trails in the area! Good flowing single track with a few technical areas but overall not too hard.

hiking
6 months ago

This trail is very wide in most places and mowed grass. Makes for easy walking, but it was not the rustic trail I was expecting. I did not walk all of the blue loop, but walked the orange loop. Very little of the trail went through the woods. Late summer wildflowers were beautiful and open meadow views were nice.

hiking
6 months ago

My young daughter and I walked this trail today. Very easy to navigate. We took a photo of the trail map so we always had something to reference but there was a map at ever marker as well. If you are looking to see the old Sheldon Estate, it is somewhere between the 17, 12, 13 marker. You can’t miss it if you stay on the path.

Love it! Will definitely walk this trail again during fall

hiking
7 months ago

pretty good. dog friendly. one star off for the dog poop.

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