Walking & Biking Trails / Disc Golf Course

Mid's Public Trails System

Mid Michigan College's Harrison Campus sits on 560 acres of beautiful, wooded land. As a service to the community, the College and various community groups have developed trails through the property for the public to enjoy.

This trail system is open all year long for walking, running, biking, disc golf, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing. We simply ask that you follow the POSTED RULES.

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Walking/Running Trails

Three walking/running trails are each 1 mile long and make a 3 mile loop. No bikes are allowed on these trails.

Click here for a hiking only trail map

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Mountain Bike Trails

The bike trial is a flowing 19-mile trail through various terrain and grades. Walkers/hikers are also allowed on this trail.

Only Class 1: Peddle-Assist e-bikes are allowed on the trails. Class 2 and Class 3 eBikes are strictly prohibited.

Click here for a biking only trail map

To support Mid’s Trail System, donate online through our Online App. Thank you!

Donate to Support Mid's Trails System

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NEW in 2022! Heron's Nest (18-hole) Disc Golf Course

Additional course and event information can be found on the UDisc App under "Heron's Nest."

Click the link for Course Flyover videos.

Disc Golf Overview Map

Support Mid’s Heron's Nest Disc Golf Course. Sponsorships available online through our Online App. Thank you!

Support & Sponsorships for Mid's Disc Golf Course

The Poet Family Outdoor Education Center (OEC)

The newly-constructed outdoor center is the official trailhead for the Harrison Campus trail system and features access to needed amenities for all your cycling and outdoor activities in on our campus.
  • drinking fountains
  • heated bathrooms/changing rooms

Check out the virtual tour of the OEC below.

A female jogger jogging on a well beaten path, surrounded by trees and foliage. More students are also jogging on the path some distance behind her.
Wild blackberries hang in various states of ripeness in front of a green canopy-style leaf in the forest.
A male cyclist in a red jersey pedals on his mountain bike through the forest.


For trail information | trails@midmich.edu or (989) 386-6651

For trail reservation assistance | reservations@midmich.edu or (989) 386-6651

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