Saginaw Trail

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Saginaw Trail is the collective name for a set of connected roads in Southeastern Michigan that runs from Detroit to Saginaw through Pontiac and Flint that was originally a tribal foot trail. To drive it today, drivers would follow:

  • M-1 (Woodward Avenue) from Detroit to Birmingham;
  • Old Woodward Avenue through Birmingham;
  • M-1 (Woodward Avenue) from Birmingham to Pontiac;

  • Bus. US 24 (Woodward Avenue) into downtown Pontiac;
  • US 24 (Dixie Highway) north of Pontiac to Clarkston;
  • Dixie Highway, a set of various county roads that were previously US 10 from Clarkston to near Grand Blanc;
  • Saginaw Road and Saginaw Street through Grand Blanc, Burton, and Flint to north of Mount Morris;
  • M-54 (Dort Highway) from north of Mount Morris into Saginaw County;
  • Dixie Highway and Genesee Avenue into Saginaw.