Trail Use and Maps

The City of Sterling Heights is home to over fifteen miles of dedicated trails throughout our vast park system, ranging from soft surfaced gravel, to asphalt and concrete. Hundreds of thousands of park users traverse the various trails annually with goals ranging from extreme physical fitness to enjoying peaceful and serene time away from the rigors of everyday life.

No matter what the purpose, these trails are truly a treasured resource in our community and it takes a collective effort to keep them that way. Whether it is your first time on the trails, or you are a frequent visitor, knowing and following the rules of the trail will help keep everyone safe, and make your experience more enjoyable!

Share the trail! 

All park trails are shared use trails (biking, walking, jogging, rollerblading, etc).

All park trails are non-motorized. 

ORV’s, dirt bikes, golf carts, motorcycles, mini-bikes, etc are not permitted on any trail, including the soft surfaced gravel trails. Class 1 e-bikes are permitted.

Go slow and say hello. 

Speed limit on all trails is 10 mph.

Keep to the right.

Trail users should stay to the right and pass slowly on the left when safe to do so.

Bell or Yell! 

Alert trail users by using an audible signal when passing. Use a bell or yell, "On your left!".

Slow your roll! 

Bicyclists should slow down and yield to pedestrians.

Please clean up after your pet.

Pet waste must be picked up and disposed of properly.

It's the leash you could do!

Dogs must be kept on a 6 foot leash at all times.

Trail hours are 7 am – 10 pm (April – September), 7 am – 8 pm (October – March)

Nature Trail
Clinton River