You can snowshoe anywhere on state land that is open to the public. If you are using trails groomed for cross-country skiing, please walk next to the groomed ski tracks.
- Parks and trails with snowshoe opportunities
- Leelanau State Park - Christmas at the Lighthouse
Ever wonder what Christmas was like for a lighthouse keeper? Come to the lighthouse museum to discover the traditional beauty of Christmas in 1858-1880's. Nov. 30-Dec. 7
- Seven Lakes State Park - Owl Prowl
Come learn about Michigan's native owls and participate in a guided hike with the hopes of hearing or catching a glimpse of these amazing creatues.
- Bald Mountain Recreation Area - Owl Prowl
Come learn about Michigan's owls and take a guided night hike in hopes to hear or see owls in the park. We'll also enjoy a bonfire and smores.
- Yankee Springs Recreation Area - First Day Hike
Join members of the Chief Noonday Chapter of the North Country Trail Association as they celebrate the new year with a hike on the North Country Trail.
- Fayette Historic State Park - Lantern-Lit Snowshoe, Hike, or XC Ski
Enjoy a lantern-lit trail open to snowshoers, hikers and cross-country skiers.
- Van Riper State Park - Lantern Lit Snowshoe
Van Riper State Park is hosting a lantern lit snowshoe trail from 7-9 p.m.