Lakelands Trail State Park is a state park in Michigan that runs east-west from Stockbridge to Hamburg Township, Michigan. It is a multi-use trail converted from abandoned railroad corridors. According to the Michigan DNR web site, the north side of the trail is for hiking and biking, and the south side is for horseback riding. The trail is 20 miles (32 km) long with the surface from Stockbridge to Pinckney compose of crushed limestone. 6 miles (9.7 km) are paved in Hamburg Township.
From Stockbridge to Pinckney, horses are routinely ridden on the entire limestone trail surface, effectively destroying the trail surface so that it is unusable by bicyclists. The trail cannot be navigated even on a mountain bicycle. Only the paved portion from just west of Pinckney to the east end in Hamburg Township is usable by bicyclists.