The Hiawatha Club has miles and miles of trails throughout the picturesque 35,000 acres.    In addition to a State highway and several County roads that run through the property, there are many miles of gravel and improved dirt trails that access remote areas, lakes, and trout ponds.  These trails are maintained by the Club and normally easily accessed by two-wheel drive vehicles.  There are also semi-improved trails for those with 4X4 vehicles. 

Those who enjoy ORV travel, the Club has miles of designated ORV trails and two tracks.   Traveling off designated trails is prohibited.  For those traveling on foot, bicycle or horse, there are many miles of designated “No Motorized Vehicles” trails too.   So, no matter how you discover the outdoors, we've got you covered! 

For those hearty soles enjoying winter sports, there are maintained cross country ski trails and snowshoe trails.   Moreover, the motorized trails within the Club are open to travel by Snowmobiles.   The Club also participates in the State of Michigan Snowmobile Trail program and allows nonmembers to travel through the Club on the designated State Trails exclusively.  All club trails are open to members and accompanied visitors for all trail activities.