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ORV fans, get ready to ride!

Off-road engines are being revved up across the state as Michigan’s transition to spring ORV riding is near. New-year licenses and permits went on sale March 1. The 2018 permits expire in just a few days, March 31. An ORV license costs $26.25 and is required to ride eligible county roads, state for...

DNR seeks information on damage to Mason Tract Pathway

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is asking for the public’s help in finding answers about recent damage to the Mason Tract Pathway, a special management area along the Au Sable River in southeast Crawford County. In late April, gates and barriers were removed or otherwise vandalized nea...

ORV riders should use caution on Kalkaska ORV Route

ORV riders should use caution on Kalkaska ORV Route north of County Road 612   Michigan Department of Natural Resources officials announced today that the Kalkaska ORV Route just north of County Road 612 in Kalkaska County has water flowing over the trail. The trail is located in Blue Lake Township...

Take a free ride during first Free ORV Weekend June 10-11

Residents and out-of-state visitors can explore 3,660 miles of Michigan Department of Natural Resources-designated routes and trails during two Free ORV Weekends June 10-10 and Aug. 19-20.  Riders will not need to possess an ORV license or trail permit on these dates. It's a great opportunity to ...

Trails closed due to flooding in Cheboygan County, southwest of Indian River

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently announced that, effective immediately, Gularski Road in Cheboygan County and all concurrent designated trails are closed until the drainage issue effectively can be addressed. The area is located southwest of Indian River. Snowmobile Trail #7, I...

Snowmobile Trail No. 766 closed in Antrim County due to washout conditions

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Jordan Valley Trails Council today announced that, effectively immediately, Snowmobile Trail No. 766 is closed for the remainder of the 2017 snowmobile season. Snowmobile Trail No. 766 is located on Jordan River Road, a seasonal county road in An...

DNR’s Report All Poaching hotline now accepts text messages

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is making it easier for citizens to report fish and game violations through the convenience of text messaging. The Report All Poaching (RAP) hotline (800-292-7800) now accepts text messages in addition to telephone calls. Text messages may include photos...
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