Originally Posted by 84Scrambler
Michigan is known nationwide for its extensive off-road vehicle (ORV) trail system. More than 3,200
miles of designated trail routes and 2,198 acres of scramble areas are located throughout the state on
state- and federally owned forest lands.
Within Michigan's designated trail system, 24 percent are
designated and maintained for motorcycle use only, 50 percent
are designated for motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs)
and 24 percent are designated as ORV routes -- open to ORVs
of all sizes, including trucks, motorcycles and ATVs.
What I want to know is where ORV route was added? Based on their current figures we have gained 7% more ORV route someplace. At last calculation we only had 17% of the trail system - and that matched the DNR's calculation.