The Lakelands Trail State Park follows the old Grand Trunk Western route.

Lakelands Trail State Park is one of four linear state parks in the Michigan State Park system that have been converted from abandoned railroad corridors. This trail currently is completed between Stockbridge and Pinckney, and has now been completed through Hamburg Township. It passes through wooded areas, rolling farmland, lakes, marshes, parkland, commerical and residential properties. It is approximately 20 miles long with an asphalt or gravel surface. Lakelands is designed for hiking, bicycling, and wheelchair use and horseback riding. Cross-country skiing is popular in winter. Motorized vehicles and hunting are prohibited.

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Lakelands Trail State Park is a linear park that runs for about 20 miles from Hamburg to Stockbridge in nearby Livingston County. The Google Maps bicycle routing selects this as part of the trail it puts you on to Stockbridge.