Best Hiking Trails in Detroit

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Detroit, Michigan. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


910 Merrill Plaisance, Detroit, MI 48203 Directions

Since 1895

Palmer Park consists of 296 hectares of lawns and historical woodland. It offers opportunities for adolescents, teens, adults, veterans, families, and community groups to train, recycle, and volunteer to explore the park. They also have a community garden, free yoga, and Summer Tai Chi lessons. The Palmer Park Golf Course has a short 18-hole layout, suitable for beginning and intermediate golfers. Visitants can see a tree farm and experience a greenhouse in the city. It has over 100 years, a treasured nature park and leisure venue.

Free Yoga, Tennis Courts, Butterfly and Educational Garden, Fountain, Walking, Events, Lighthouse, Playgrounds, Lake Frances, Splash Park, Lawns/Log Cabin and Historic Woodlands, Biking Trails & Bike Group

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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1776 Woodbridge Street, Detroit, MI 48207 Directions

Since 1920

Dequindre Cut is an industrial greenway of 1,2 mile, which only adds to the often overlooked beauty and unique culture found in Detroit. The two-mile greenway was established through a federal government-included public, charitable, and private partnership. The greenway features a paved pathway 20 feet wide and includes separate lanes for pedestrian and bicycle traffic. It offers the pedestrians a spot to take a rest when visiting the Dequindre Cut.

Paved Path, Walking Tails, Ride, Park, Picnic Place, Sight Seeing, Nature, Wheelchair Accessible, Inline Skating, Benches, Cycling, Jogging & Rented Bikes Riding

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

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23751 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48223 Directions

Eliza Howell Park contains 250 acres of protected land in the Rogue River flood path. It has more than two miles of hiking trails through both prairie and woodland landscapes. Visitors can explore the variety of plants and animals from the vernal ponds to the prairie with wildflowers and the canopy with hardwood forests. You can see the spring flowers, migrating birds, nesting snails, and butterflies in bloom American Toad tadpoles. The park has recognized as a gem for its biodiversity.

Monarch Butterflies, Playground, Wildlife, Bikes Riding, Walking Trails, Paved Path, Nature Flowers, Picnic Place, Park & Jogging


Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

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