Upper Peninsula Facts

The UP covers 16,452 Square Miles or roughly 1/3 of Michigan.

The UP is 334 miles in length and 215 miles in width from North to South.

The population of the UP is 331,000.

The UP has 2500 miles of snowmobile trails.

Isle Royal is the least visited of all the National Parks.

The Upper Peninsula is home to approximately 700 Wolves.

There are an estimated 433 Moose in the western UP.

Upper Peninsula ATV/ORV Trail Maps

These are the Upper PeninsulaLearn more about the St. Marys River at 12th Environmental Summit. Read more ... » ATVHiawatha National Forest - A day spent on the trails.. Read more ... »/ORV trailHiking the Harlow Lake Trails. Read more ... » maps as supplied by the MichiganLearn more about the St. Marys River at 12th Environmental Summit. Read more ... » DNRState forest plan OK’d by senate - DailyPress.net | News, Sports, Jobs, Escanaba Information. Read more ... ». These maps are based off of GPS coordinates. As such the DNR does not guarantee their accuracy, but maintains that they are within 300′ of where they are supposed to be. Most counties in he Upper Peninsula are pretty lenient when it comes to ATV/ORV use. Check with the county in which you intend to ride and you may find that they allow ATV use on gravel roads and right of ways. I know that MarquetteMarch skiing still going strong in Michigan. Read more ... » county is cover with ATV trails and produces a separate trail map that shows ATV/ORV use on most county roads. Again check with local authorities before you ride.

Alger County ATV/ORV Trail Maps.

Baraga County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Chippewa County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Delta County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Dickinson County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Gogebic County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Houghton County ATV/ORV Trial Maps

Iron County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Luce County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Mackinac County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Marquette County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Menominee County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Ontonagon County ATV/ORV Trail Maps

Schoolcraft County ATV/ORV Trail Maps


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