All throughout Southwest Michigan you can find beautiful nature and bike trails to explore. From the Kal-Haven Trail, Van Buren Trail State Park or the…
Hiking & Biking Trails
In the spring of 2019, South Haven was thrilled to receive the designation of Pure Michigan Trail Town by the Michigan DNR and Travel Michigan!
We are very proud that our combined community spirit to develop, promote and protect our beautiful land and water based trail assets was recognized by the State of Michigan!
Our area boasts over 48 miles of hiking and biking trails, 91 miles of kayaking and canoeing trails, 770 acres of nature preserves and 11 miles of horseback riding trails. Whether you’re looking to go hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling or exploring, our trails and nature preserves provide the perfect setting for your escape. Check out the listings below for more details on our area trails and preserves - or click on the link below for more area and State trails resources!
More Trails Resources
- Visit Trails
- Explore Michigan's Tremendous Trails
- State of Michigan Designated Trails
- Buy a Snowmobile Trail Permit / ORV License - Purchase Online
- State Snowmobile Trail Maps (interactive)
- Van Buren County Snowmobile Maps
- Van Buren State Park Information
- Kal-Haven State Park Information
- Bangor / South Haven Heritage Water Trail Information
- Kal-Haven Trail Heritage Sign Map
- DNR eLicense
- E-Bikes in Michigan
- Be Outdoor Safe
Hit the Trails
Protect Michigan trails by not using them when muddy
Riding or walking on a muddy trail destroys the surface. It leaves ruts/deep holes, uneven tire and footprints, contributes to erosion and creates a hard-to-fix trail surface. Hint: If you are leaving visible bicycle ruts, deep footprints or hoof tracks the trail is too muddy.