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Haywire Grade Trail: 37 miles – Snowmobile Trail
The Haywire Grade Trail covers about 10 miles within the Rapid River/Manistique District, but has an overall length of around 37 miles including the Munising District, State Forest and private land. Access to the Manistique portion is in Manistique. Many users, however, enter the trail from the “s” curves on M-94 which is about six miles north of town. Food, telephone and fuel are available along the trail at Steuben and Shingleton.
Haywire Grade Trail: – ATV Trail
The Haywire Trail begins on M-94 south of Shingleton and ends at the Water Intake Plant in Manistique, traveling on 33 miles of dirt, gravel, sand and original ballast. Throughout the year, the trail is used by snowmobiles, all terrain vehicles, mountain bikes, and horseback riders. Motorized use is the most common use. The main trailheads at either end of the trail provide parking areas for trail users.
Northern Trailhead: Located just south of Shingleton, a sign marks the northern trailhead on the east side ofM-94. There is no parking at the trailhead, but spaces may be available at or near local businesses on M-28 in Shingleton, less than 1/3 mile north of the trailhead.
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