Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park is a 21-mile-long linear trail that stretches between Ingham and Livingston counties and passes through woods, pastures, picturesque wetlands and by the beautiful Huron River. This multiple-use trail suitable for biking, walking, running and equestrian use.
In September 2020, Josh Sanders notes: "The state has paved additional miles of the eastern terminus of the trail but there is still an obvious start/finish point for the traditional 21 miles of this FKT. At the exact former end point, a really nice heavy duty wood fence/guard rail has been installed. So just run to (or start from) where this wooden fence/railing starts (approx 1/2 mile to the east of the standard Hamburg trailhead)"
|Josh Sanders||2h 37m 43s|
|Zach Crim||2h 43m 17s|
|Loretta Tobolske-Horn||3h 3m 27s|
|Zach Crim||5h 43m 28s|
|Christine Heckler, Loretta Tobolske-Horn||7h 39m 35s|
In celebration of my 42nd birthday, my good friend Loretta Tobolske-Horn and I will be running the out & back section of the Mike Levine Lakeland Trial totaling 42 miles on Friday, September 9, 2022.