The first completed segment of this paved trail system includes the paved Land O’ Lakes Bike/ Pedestrian Trail, which is suitable for all types of non-motorized transportation except horses. Heading west from Hwy 45 through Land O’Lakes, the trail varies in width from 5 feet in the shopping area to 10 feet as it passes through beautiful forested areas. The trail connects and shares some of its length with low-volume town roads. Future expansion of this trail east and north will provide a connection with the Agonikak Trail, a designated National Recreation Trail, which extends to the US Forest Service Visitor Center in Watersmeet, MI. For updated information on this trail system, check out wildernesslakestrails.org.
Land O’ Lakes is home to 100 beautiful lakes, including the Cisco Chain, as well as other attractions and opportunities for outdoor recreation.