​​​Walking and biking are heart-healthy activities that encourage family communication and offer opportunities for outdoor learning.

The Oakland County Parks system offers nearly 80 miles of paved and natural trails for walking, jogging, skating, biking, and equestrian riding. In winter, stay healthy and active with cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. 

Our TrailBlazer Walking Series provides a great opportunity to learn about our trails and parks while getting your steps!

Dogs are welcome on trails but must be on a six-foot leash at all times, unless inside the dog parks at Lyon Oaks, Orion Oaks or Red Oaks.  

Addison Oaks and Groveland Oaks offer mountain and specialty bikes for rent, ​in-season. See a 360-degree view of the Addison Oaks Mountain Bike Trail and the Buhl Lake Loop while taking a virtual tour.

The Oak Rou​tes network of trails, pathways, and blueways traverses much of the 910 square miles of the county. This non-motorized system serves a diverse range of users, providing safe and well-maintained linkages to important natural, cultural and civic destinations and other points of interest within and outside of the county.

The Southeast Michigan Trail Explorer offers virtual access to nearly 1,000 miles of regional trails. View your next adventure and explore the region's land and water trails.

Find the best routes for your bicycle trip through the communities of Southeast Oakland County​.

Equestrians will appreciate trails designed especially for them, at Addison Oaks, Highland Oaks and Rose Oaks county parks. 

Park Rules​