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Newport State Park Trail descriptions

Please follow marked signs. Not all sections of trails are open to off-road bicycles.

Hiking Bicycling Europe Bay/Hotz loop trail (7.0 miles)

This trail begins at the picnic area and goes to the northern part of the park to three campsites and Europe Lake.

Hiking Lynd Point/Fern loop trail (2.2 miles)

This trail begins at the picnic area and loops to Lynd Point jutting into Lake Michigan and back, with access campsites.

Hiking Bicycling Monarch trail (1.0 miles)

This loop trail begins near the contact station.

Hiking Bicycling Newport loop trail (5.0 miles)

This five-mile loop trail begins at the picnic area and travels to the southern part of the park with access to campsites.

Hiking Ridge trail (1.0 miles)

This trail is a shortcut to the most southern part of the park.

Hiking Bicycling Rowley's Bay loop trail (4.0 miles)

This four-mile loop trail connects to the Newport loop and travels to the southern part of the park with access to campsites.

Hiking Sugarbush trail (1.0 miles)

This loop trail begins at the parking area on Newport Lane.

Hiking Upland loop trail (2.0 miles)

This loop trail begins near the park office.

Last revised: Tuesday May 08 2012