Maybury State Park
The current trail is about 6.5 + Miles of rolling terrain through many the old hills of what once was the Maybury Sanatorium. Located just outside Northville, this trail offers challenges for beginner and expert alike. The trail has many natural features mixed into the normal trail which can be bypassed by newer riders. The climbs are long enough to make your legs burn but short enough to get through quickly. The short hills and distance make this an excellent place for beginners and novice riders to practice on before to going to more challenging trails like Poto or Pontiac Lake." Etiquette: Bikers please avoid riding during the spring thaw, keep an eye on the trail guide and forum for current trail conditions. Also bikers please use the Beck Road parking lot from December-April, and the main 8 Mile Lot from April-December. The trail is open all season long, annual passes can be purchased at the park headquarters (Beck road entrance).
Trail Status: open
Trail Miles: 7
Entry Fees: All vehicles entering the park must have a Recreation Passport. Passports can be purchased for $11 at the Michigan Secretary of State offices when renewing your license plate, or at a Self-Serve Kiosk at each park entrance.
Trail Conditions and Discussion Forum: Link
Trail Web Site: Link
Trail Maps: maybury_map.pdf
Local Weather: Weather Underground