Michigan Water Trails
Here is you
chance to enjoy the beauty and the serenity of being on a water trail in
Michigan. So grab your kayak, canoe or paddle boat and
begin your adventure.
the links below to find further information on Michigan
think of water, this is one of the states that must be on
the list. We have a few years in and around this state and
always, it seems there was a new lake or river to fish or to
paddle. Examine these: Do not thank us, but tell others
about the wonders of a paddle craft.
Lake Michigan Water Trail
Chicago River Water Trail
Des Plaines River Water Trail
Salt Creek Water Trail
DuPage River Water Trail
Fox River Water Trail
Nippersink Creek Water Trail
Kishwaukee River Water Trail
Calumet Area Water Trail
look at this map before you go. I would like to try them
all, but I do not think I will live that long.
are experienced, this 3 Ĺ mile trail should be considered.
Keweenaw Water Trail Information
The Keweenaw Water Trail,
which circles the Keweenaw Peninsula, is located along
Michigan's northernmost shoreline and gives the paddler the
opportunity to experience the many moods of the big lake
along very different shorelines. The entire trail is
accessible by any small water craft (including kayaks and
canoes) and can be covered by the average paddler in 6 to 8
days, but extra time should be allowed for weather delays.
The trail includes rugged shoreline, small towns and
opportunities to observe unqiue wildlife. A Water trail map
is available from the Keweenaw Convention & Visitors Bureau
at: (800) 338-7982.
Hiawatha Water Trail
Grand Marais to Big Bay, Michiganís Upper Peninsula
Les Cheneaux Water Trail
If you are looking for a
place to rent a paddle craft, Look no further.
Michigan Water Trail Maps
Water Trail Sites