Located in the rolling hills of Northville, Michigan, Maybury State Park Maybury State Park features almost 1,000 acres of gently rolling terrain, open meadow, mature forest, a variety of wildlife, abundant wildflowers and a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. There are 8 miles of designated horse trails traversing the park.
These trails wind through wooded areas, through several meadows and over the bridge. The trails are generally wide and well-maintained. There are also two entrance where you can ride into the park if you live close enough. One is off of 8 mile road, north side of park, near Westview Dr. The other is off of Napier just north of Consumers Energy. The Napier entrance will require you to obtain the lock code from the park office.
The entrance to the staging area is off of Beck Road between 7 and 8 mile. The staging area has room for large rigs, water, mounting blocks, hitching post, a covered shelter, picnic tables, fire pit and vault toilets.
When riding at Maybury, please sign the book in the kiosk at the staging area. This helps us monitor how many riders we have at the park to support continued equestrian trails and potential grant funding.
Maybury provides riding year-around in a safe environment since there is no hunting in this state park. Come enjoy a pleasant and easy ride.
In case of a veterinary emergency in the park, Dr. Hillary Lobar has agreed to assist. Her number is 248-348-8390.
If you see a bike on a horse trail, please politely tell the rider that it is not allowed and they need to exit immediately. You should also make a note of what trail you are on and report it to 1-800-292-7800 or file a