The Anderson Lake Pathway is open to cross-country skiing, hiking and biking. The trail is located in the Upper Peninsula, south of Marquette in the Gwinn State Forest area and stretches for 6 miles. It is composed of rolling terrain that traverses multiple forest types, including hardwood and conifer forests. There are three loops on the trail that range from 2.5 to 4.3 miles in length. The pathway trailhead is located at the Anderson Lake Campground. Water is available within the attached state forest campground via a hand pump.


Gwinn, MI 49841


Contact: (906)-786-2351

Length: 6 Miles

Level: Unknown

Type: Riding, Hiking, Biking, Cross-County Skiing

Terrain: Rolling terrain, forests

Parking/Staging: Limited parking for equestrian trailers.

Camping: None


Trailhead: Trailhead located at Anderson Lake West State Forest Campground.