Holloway Regional Park Loop

MODERATE 10 reviews
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Holloway Regional Park Loop is a 6.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lapeer, Michigan that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, bird watching, fishing, and horses and is best used from March until November. Horses are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 6.1 miles Elevation Gain: 400 feet Route Type: Loop

fishing

hiking

horseback riding

bird watching

forest

lake

river

wildlife

hiking
2 hours ago

Muddy in places, but not terrible. Overall, really nice trail.

hiking
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

Little muddy in spots and the trail is overgrown and not marked well in sports but the views of the lakes and rivers were very nice and most of the trail was shaded.

horseback riding
muddy
3 months ago

The trail outlined here is actually a subset of the Elba Equestrian Complex in the Genesee county parks. It is a shared use trail for hikers and horseback riding. The portion near the equestrian campground tends to be muddy. The area is also known as the hogback hills due to the glacial formations. The hills overlook ponds and the backwaters of the Holloway Reservoir, providing beautiful views. There are many downed logs throughout the trail. While it is shared use, both horse use and hiking use are generally light. Trails are not well marked - it is best to go with someone who knows the area. However, the trails converge so as long as you maintain a generally north or south direction you will end up where you want to go.

hiking
muddy
3 months ago

If you're a horse rider this is a great trail, wouldn't suggest it for hiking due to horse traffic

hiking
3 months ago

someone rated this trail poorly because of horse traffic, however they actually wandered into the Alba equestrian park section of the entire place and missed the majority of the hiking trail. If I have time I will try to edit the trail for this park, though this website is far from intuitive

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
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hiking
3 months ago

hiking
Thursday, April 10, 2014

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