|Curtis Michigan ATV / ORV Adventures!|
Upper Peninsula of Michigan ATV / ORV Enthusiasts Head to Curtis Michigan for Fun & Adventure
Visit the Manistique Lakes area where the excitement begins. Photos by Gina Harman
|Our area offers an extensive amount of great lodging - perfect for your All Terrain Vacation.|
Please visit our Curtis Lodging Page for a large selection of Resorts, Bed & Breakfasts, Motels, Rental Cabins, & More! Whether your with a large group or riding with the family - your trip is sure to be thrilling and fun here in the Manistique Lakes Area! Our trails are exciting! The beauty of the Upper Peninsula awaits.
|Curtis ATV & ORV|
ATV and ORV recreational activities are the fastest growing recreational activity in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! There are four types of Off-Road (ORV) trail riding opportunities throughout the State of Michigan: Motorcycle trails, ATV trails, ORV routes, and scramble areas. Please check with the Michigan DNR website to find updates because these laws do often get updated in different areas of the state. Please ride responsibly and make sure not to leave the designated trails. This will ensure years of future trail enjoyment for everyone! »Click here for more info.
The Eastern Upper Peninsula offers a great assortment of trails to ride. Check out our great interactive All Terain Vehicle Map where you are connected to up-to-date maps provided by the Michigan DNR! Take a break from your riding and enjoy the many tourism opportunities that our area has to offer.
Know Where to Ride!
Riding the trail system responsibly helps ensure the future enjoyment of this sport for generations to come. Please stay informed, follow the rules, and have fun! This map will open in a new window - the highlighted links will bring you to the Michigan DNR website and a PDF will download the route of your choice.
|ATV & ORV Facts|
According to the Michigan.gov Website the following is the breakdown of the entire State of Michigan's Trail System: "The ORV trail/route system covers 3,100 miles with 73% on state forests. Of the system, 40% is cycle trail, 43% is ATV trail and 17% is route."
All ORV operators and passengers must where a US Dep of Transportation approved helmet, eyewear.
Trails are lightly groomed and riders are likely to encounter narrow sand trails, rough moguls, steep hills, stumps, rocks, brush, loose surfaces and other hazards.