Hiking & Trails
Lovers of the outdoors will feel right at home in Ypsilanti, an area with seemingly endless trails, perfect for hiking and exploring the outdoors. Ypsilanti expands beyond the downtown districts to include 23,000+ acres of public park and recreation areas that help make up the Washtenaw County area, offering an abundance of outdoor opportunities. Just minutes from town you can find a diverse array of parks and trails that offer all kinds of recreation opportunities – perfect for hiking.
Take a stroll through Riverside Park and enjoy views of the Huron River. Check out the Border to Border Trail (B2B Trail), a 35-mile, non-motorized trail linking Ypsilanti and its several parks to the surrounding communities along Washtenaw County’s most distinctive natural feature: the Huron River Corridor. Walk around Frog Island Park and watch the sun set. View a comprehensive listing of outdoor recreation opportunities here!