Warren Dunes Trail is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bridgman, Michigan that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Warren Dunes has three miles of shoreline, six miles of hiking trails and is open year-round. It also has a dune formation that rises 260 feet above the lake with spectacular views and 1,952 acres of recreational opportunity.
A nice walk, with some good uphill thanks to the dunes. The northern half was very wet and muddy, so wouldn't try it after a rain.
Great for day hiking!
Fun trail for a walk with the family. Some big hills make for great views of Lake Michigan and the dunes. Lots of walking in the sand.
This is a great trail! Fairly easy if you are in shape. Uphill most of the way.
One of my favorite spots to hike with our dog and kindergartener.
This trail is great as it basically circumnavigates the entire 2,000 acre park, using four trails or a stretch along Lake Michigan. By doing the loop, our walk took us through forests, up and over sand dunes and just above the beaches, then back to the car by heading over the sand dunes once again.
First time to the lake shore and the wind was blowing good so the waves had a lot of white caps which made it spectacular. Loved the dunes. Mt. Randal loop trail is done by combining four trails.
Great Place to Hike or walk or run it can get a little busy during the summer when all the tourists come to the park but the fall and winter are brautiful walking the dunes in the winter with not another soul for miles is a feeling you cant get anywhere else.
This park is less than an hour from my house and is a pleasure to hike no matter what season it is. There are so many trail, you can hike a new one everyone you go. We have hiked sand dunes, marshes, and canopied trails here. Anytime you make a hike out to the beach, it is always tough finding the trail head to make it back. We have done the big loop 4 times and everything's we turn inland to early.
Warren Dunes also have some of the best camp grounds I've seen in my area. They are always clean, the staff is friendly, and there is a great separation from the primitive to the electric sites.