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Bike Rentals

Keweenaw Adventure Company, 2145 Gratiot St., P. O. Box 70, Copper Harbor, Michigan 49918, Phone: (906) 289-4303

Lakeside/Streetside Bikes, PO Box 220, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: (906) 847-3351

Mackinac Island Bike Shop, Hoban Street, PO Box 1657, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: (906) 847-6337

Mackinac Wheels, PO Box 1800, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: (906) 847-8022

Marks Rod & Reel Sports Shop, 13951 East CR 462, Newberry, MI 49868, Phone: (906) 293-5608

Orr-Kids Bike Shop, Main Street, PO Box 1188, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: (906) 847-3211

Ryba's Bicycle Rental, PO Box 516, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, Phone: (906) 847-6261

Biking Routes

Anderson Lake West State Forest Campground & Trail, County Road 557, Gwinn, MI 49841, Phone: (906) 346-9201. Six miles of rolling terrain with access from campground.

Copper Country Loop - 35 miles - Starting point at Ahmeek.  Goes north on Five Mile Point Road to Eagle River.  Side trips to waterfalls.  Gently rolling hills.  From Eagle River follow M-26 along Lake Michigan Lakeshore to Copper Harbor.  Traffic can be heavy during the tourist season.  Blowing sand may collect on the shoulder.  Camping at Fort Wilkins State Park.  Ahmeek

Days River Nature Pathway, Escanaba River State Forest, North Lake Shore Drive (US-2), Gladstone, MI 49837, Phone: (906) 786-2354.  The picturesque trail along the Days River winds through cedar and oak stands along the mouth of the Days River. Tree identification markers are located along the trail. A series of loops ranging from 1.5 to 9 miles feature a variety of skill levels for biking and hiking.

Copper Harbor Pathway, Second Street, Copper Harbor, MI 49918, Phone: (906) 289-4215.  Features five different well marked, groomed trails of varying length and difficulty. No crowds, mild temperatures and old growth forest. A snowshoe trail is available and all the trails are designed for traditional skiing. Nearby historic Fort Wilkins. Also features 20 miles of various bike loop lengths of technical singletrack with natural obstacles, challenging climbs and fun downhills that can link with two track roads to other points of interest.

Felch Grade Trail, Old Dump Road, Felch, MI 49831, Phone: (517) 485-6022.  A 45 mile dirt trail starting in Felch. The trail is ideal for walking, horseback riding, snowmobiles, mountain biking.

Grand Island National Recreation Area, Hiawatha National Forest, Munising, MI 49862, Phone: (906) 387-2512. Grand Island is located in Lake Superior, about one-half mile from the mainland community of Munising, Michigan. Scenic natural beauty and interesting history. Spectacular dispersed and backcountry camping opportunities. Seventeen campsites (1-6 people) and 2 group campsites. Hiking and Mountain Biking Trails.

Hiawatha National Forest - 144 miles - Route begins on M-129 south to M-48.  West and north on M-48 to Rudyard.  County Road 40 to Trout Lake.  (Side trip on M-123 to Tahqumenon Falls or south to St. Ignace.)  At Rexton, Hiawatha Trail continues west to Engadine.  South on M-117 to US-2.  West on US-2 to Manistique and Rapid River.  Side trip to Peninsula Point on County Road 513.  Sault Ste. Marie

Meriman East Pathway, 13 miles NE of Iron Mountain, Copper Country State Forest, Iron Mountain, MI 49801, Phone: (906) 875-6622. 9.5 mile trail ideal for hiking, biking and cross-country skiing.

Tyoga Pathway, Escanaba River State Forest, M-28 & Campground Road, Au Train, MI 49806, Phone: (906) 346-9201.  1.4 mile hike, bike trail.

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