• Closures and detours may take place due to improvement projects, repairs and weather-related events. Bookmark this page and find information on temporary closures and trail detours in Michigan Department of Natural Resources facilities, including state-designated trails, boat launches, parks and campgrounds. Information on intermittent closures may not be posted.

Snowmobile Trail Closures

  • Bay Mills Snowmobile Trail has extensive damage, please use caution

    The eastern Upper Peninsula received a substantial amount of freezing rain Feb. 4. As a result, there is significant damage on the Bay Mills Snowmobile Trail. Please be aware of downed trees and limbs. Please use extreme caution. (updated 2/16/19)

  • A section of UP457 and UP43 (Delta County) closed and rerouted

    A section of Trails UP457 and UP43, both located in Mackinac County in the Upper Peninsula, are temporarily closed due to a logging operation on private land. A reroute (PDF) is available. (updated 2/15/19)

  • A section of Trail UP2 in Delta County closed and rerouted

    A section of Trail UP2, located between Garden Corners and 28th Road/USFS Road 2231 in Delta County, has been closed and rerouted. (updated 2/9/19)

  • Flooding causes closure on Snowmobile Trail No. 6 in Manistee County

    Ice damming has caused the Pine River to flood in the area of Low Bridge (south of M-55 and west of M-37 in Norman Township) on Snowmobile Trail No. 6. It's predicted that temperatures will rise, causing additional snow melt and rising water levels. The trail will be closed until the flooding has subsided. (updated 2/1/19)

  • Snowmobile Trail closure in Sanilac and Huron counties

    Private land along the 90-mile segment of Snowmobile Trails No. 20, 21 and 22 in the Lower Peninsula is currently being marked and brushed for winter use. There were several areas where crops were still standing until late December. Once the trail is marked and cleared and private land use is secured, the trail will be opened to the public pending adequate snow. Please check back to this webpage for periodic updates. (updated 1/22/19)

  • Trail updates for the Keweenaw Peninsula

    Severe damage occurred over Houghton County trails in June 2018 when major storms struck Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in both June and July 2018. The DNR and partnering agencies have worked to reopen several trail segments, though some trail closures remain in effect. (updated 1/29/19)

  • Intermittent forest road closures in the area of Snowmobile Trail No. 47 in Crawford County

    There are several military training sessions planned near Snowmobile Trail No. 47 in Crawford County in the area west of Bald Hill Road to Stephan Bridge. As a result, some intermittent forest road closures will take place. Please respect the closed gates. (updated 12/10/18)

  • Snowmobile Trail No. 7 in Otsego County opened for snowmobiling season

    An 11-mile trail segment along Snowmobile Trail No. 7 in Otsego County has re-opened for the 2019 snowmobile season. A final construction phase will take place in the spring that will improve the surface for non-motorized users. (updated 12/14/18)

  • Snowmobile Trail No. 76 / Indian River ORV Route opened (Cheboygan County)

    A segment of Snowmobile Trail No. 76 / Indian River ORV Route between Wildwood and Reams roads in Cheboygan County has re-opened. DNR staff stabilized the washout areas for snowmobile season and will return in the spring for some final work to the trail. (updated 12/14/18)

Boating Access Closures

Campground and Park Closures

Trail Closures

Other Closures

  • DNR announces bridge closure in Alger County

    A bridge over Werner’s Creek, southwest of Trenary, has been deemed unsafe for vehicle traffic of any kind. The bridge is located about a mile north of the Alger-Delta county line, along Deadhorse Creek Road, roughly 4 miles west of U.S. Highway 41. (updated 11/13/18)

  • Copper Harbor Lighthouse tours unavailable

    The boat tour from Copper Harbor State Marina to the Copper Harbor Lighthouse is closed due to the absence of a contractor. The Copper Harbor lighthouse is located on state park land; however, the area between Fort Wilkins Historic State Park and the lighthouse is situated on private land and passage between the two is NOT allowed. (updated 6/7/2018)

Other Updates