The Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) is a paved, linear, non-motorized trail that connects cities, parks, nature preserves and other desirable destinations along the Huron River. In addition to the B2B, bicycles are welcome at WCPARC Park facilities. Vehicle entry fees do not apply if the facility is entered by bicycle.
Parker Mill has a one-mile, multi-use paved trail that connects to the City of Ann Arbor's Gallup Park.
Independence Lake Park has a 1.7 mile multi-use paved trail that winds through woods and open areas in the park.
Rolling Hills Park offers miles of different trails to accodomate various types of riding. A multi-use paved trail, spanning five miles, is available for general bicycle riding. About three miles of nature trails consisting of grass, limestone, and crushed stone are available for mountain biking. This challenging trail is narrow and best used by more experienced riders.
Sharon Mills Park features a beginner-friendly, 3.8 mile mountain bike trail with scenic views of open fields and the Sharon Millpond, part of the River Raisin.
Photos of Rolling Hills Park Bike Trails
For the protection of park users and resources the following restrictions apply:
• Bicycles must remain on designated roads and paths only
• No bicycles on designated nature trails or boardwalks
• Bicycles are not permitted on Hoyt G. Post trail at Parker Mill Park
• No off-trail biking