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“Polly Ann Trailway's mission is to establish and operate a non-motorized greenway accessible to all, and positively impacting the lives of all within its sphere of influence”

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 The Polly Ann Trail is a major non-motorized trail in Oakland County extending north from Orion Township in suburban Detroit on a former Pontiac, Oxford & Northern Railroad corridor.

crossingsignsThe Oakland County Polly Ann ends at the Bordman Road at the Lapeer/Oakland County border. The Oakland County segment connects the Townships of Orion, Oxford and Addison and the Villages of Oxford and Leonard. The Orion Township pathway system connects the trail to the popular Paint Creek Trail. Our Trail is open during daylight hours only.

If you see a problem on the trail that is not 911 related please call 248-981-1242 and leave a message reporting the issue or problem.


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Mountian Bikers, Hikers and Horseback riders will have a great experience along the Polly Ann Trail.

Biking Tour From 2012 - Great footage of our trail from a few years back.
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“I've ridden quite a few trails in Michigan. The Polly Ann is one of the best. ”

- Paul Clos

23 E Elmwood
P.O. Box 112 

Leonard, Michigan 48367

Please call to schedule an appointment or report a problem on the trail: 248-981-1242


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