Transformed from a former railroad corridor, the Polly Ann Trail extends north from Oakland County’s Orion Township for a total of 16.9 miles. With connections to the Paint Creek Trail and access to parks and public spaces in several communities, residents and visitors alike enjoy exploring the trail’s diverse terrain and scenery. Two paved sections are great for cyclists and are accessible to trail users of all levels of mobility, while more rural sections are perfect for those seeking a respite into nature.
Pure Michigan Trails is a video series that explores Michigan’s diverse trail network. Whether it’s hiking, biking or paddling, each episode navigates a different trail to share the activities and amenities that await.
Learn more at michigan.org/PureMichiganTrails
Learn more about the Polly Ann Trail at pollyanntrailway.org