Hines Park

Hines Park

Hines Park is a linear parkway stretching from Northville to Dearborn Heights along the Middle Rouge River, with 15 miles of heavily used paved pathways connecting cyclists in the surrounding communities. Together with Wayne County Parks, the MCMBA is developing singletrack loops long the pathway, inviting users away from the road and into a natural singletrack experience. The current MTB trail sequence is:

The Hines Park mountain bike trails are both one way and bidirectional – use caution, keep an eye out for directional signs, and be prepared to yield to oncoming traffic.

Trail Status: open

Trail Miles: 14 (end-to-end loop, with paved connectors)

Entry Fees: None

Trail Conditions and Discussion Forum: Link

Trail Coordinators: Mike Flack

Trail Maps:

Lakeview Trail

Riverview and Levan Knoll Trails

Oak Grove Trail

Three Fires Trail, Trail-47, Bike Park

Local Weather: Weather Underground

Directions: The Hines Park trails may be entered at several points along Hines Drive as indicated on the individual trail maps. The primary trailhead is located just east of the I-275 underpass on the south side of Hines Drive, near the I-275 bike path intersection. There’s a small parking lot at the trailhead.

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