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Update Tuesday, November 19th:

DTE TRAILS ARE CLOSED

DTE Trail is currently closed due to freeze/thaw cycle conditions and will likely not be open during the next week as the weather will continue to be uncooperative.

VERY IMPORTANT!! READ BELOW!!

The parking lots are currently NOT closed as a courtesy to our firearms deer hunting friends. Because the lots are NOT closed does NOT mean the trail is open.

Here's the new deal that went into effect this year....

MDNR is monitoring trail use. Under MDNR Director's Order, if you decide to use the trail when it is closed, you can be ticketed up to $500. Ignorance is no excuse to the law, so if you park in the lot because it is open, bypass the new "red" closed signs, then tell the MDNR Ranger or CO that you "didn't see" the signs - it doesn't matter. You can still receive a ticket. So, the bottom line is - don't do it unless you want a ticket. As the implementation of the Director's Order is new, MDNR will likely be doing more "patrols" to ensure compliance.

Thanks for your cooperation in keeping our trail in great shape! We will post here first when it reopens.
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Update Friday, November 15th, 2019 (Opening Day Firearms Deer Season):

Friday-Saturday

Green Lake is still groomed, but the groom is getting icier and more melted and exposed. It is probably pretty middling today. Tomorrow will likely be better with the refreeze, but studs on fat tires would probably be a good idea. Be sure to wear bright colors (preferably hunter orange) today and tomorrow if you are going out and avoid dawn and dusk for trail use. Night riding with lights is a solid idea, as there is no hunting between sunset and sunrise.

Big Kame-Winn-Sugar are all ungroomed. Unlikely you could have a good riding experience on them, even if you wanted to do so, on either a fat bike or normal tire bike. However, if you want to try on Friday or Saturday, knock yourself out. A better bet might be to try to backcountry XC ski or snowshoe on those loops.

Sunday - ?

Due to rising temperatures next week and the freeze-thaw cycle, the trail and parking lots will be closed Saturday evening, late, and will likely not reopen for at least a week or maybe more depending on the weather. Don't worry, you won't be missing much - likely a melty mess of unrideable snow and ice.

That's our update for now. Let's hope solid and consistent winter weather starts up soon.
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Recent News

  • September 9, 2019 - - Brad Parsons, Media Production Specialist, with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources produced a video overview of the trail. The video can be viewed here Continue Reading
  • September 3, 2019 - - Poto MBA is proud to partner with TRAFx Infrared Trail Counters to use their trail counter technology in tracking mountain bike user numbers at the DTE Energy Foundation Trail.  With… Continue Reading


DTE Energy Foundation Trail on Facebook

Update Tuesday, November 19th:

DTE TRAILS ARE CLOSED

DTE Trail is currently closed due to freeze/thaw cycle conditions and will likely not be open during the next week as the weather will continue to be uncooperative.

VERY IMPORTANT!! READ BELOW!!

The parking lots are currently NOT closed as a courtesy to our firearms deer hunting friends. Because the lots are NOT closed does NOT mean the trail is open.

Here's the new deal that went into effect this year....

MDNR is monitoring trail use. Under MDNR Director's Order, if you decide to use the trail when it is closed, you can be ticketed up to $500. Ignorance is no excuse to the law, so if you park in the lot because it is open, bypass the new "red" closed signs, then tell the MDNR Ranger or CO that you "didn't see" the signs - it doesn't matter. You can still receive a ticket. So, the bottom line is - don't do it unless you want a ticket. As the implementation of the Director's Order is new, MDNR will likely be doing more "patrols" to ensure compliance.

Thanks for your cooperation in keeping our trail in great shape! We will post here first when it reopens.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Update Friday, November 15th, 2019 (Opening Day Firearms Deer Season):

Friday-Saturday

Green Lake is still groomed, but the groom is getting icier and more melted and exposed. It is probably pretty middling today. Tomorrow will likely be better with the refreeze, but studs on fat tires would probably be a good idea. Be sure to wear bright colors (preferably hunter orange) today and tomorrow if you are going out and avoid dawn and dusk for trail use. Night riding with lights is a solid idea, as there is no hunting between sunset and sunrise.

Big Kame-Winn-Sugar are all ungroomed. Unlikely you could have a good riding experience on them, even if you wanted to do so, on either a fat bike or normal tire bike. However, if you want to try on Friday or Saturday, knock yourself out. A better bet might be to try to backcountry XC ski or snowshoe on those loops.

Sunday - ?

Due to rising temperatures next week and the freeze-thaw cycle, the trail and parking lots will be closed Saturday evening, late, and will likely not reopen for at least a week or maybe more depending on the weather. Don't worry, you won't be missing much - likely a melty mess of unrideable snow and ice.

That's our update for now. Let's hope solid and consistent winter weather starts up soon.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Recent News

  • September 9, 2019 - - Brad Parsons, Media Production Specialist, with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources produced a video overview of the trail. The… Continue Reading
  • September 3, 2019 - - Poto MBA is proud to partner with TRAFx Infrared Trail Counters to use their trail counter technology in tracking mountain… Continue Reading