Trail Info & Maps
The Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) is a non-motorized pathway that connects cities, parks, and many destinations throughout Washtenaw County. More than 40 miles of trail exist as a part of the B2B today, with 70 more miles planned. The B2B is the product of an ongoing collaboration of communities and organizations who are dedicated to safe, accessible, shared-use, non-motorized recreation and transportation. You can view maps of the current trail system below and learn about community efforts to expand the trail in the coming years.
Washtenaw County-wide bicycle and non-motorized path map. Includes the B2B trail and detailed maps of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti bicycle routes.
Detailed B2B map for eastern Washtenaw County, including the City of Ypsilanti and Ford Lake to the Wayne County Line.
The B2B is part of Michigan's Iron Belle Trail - a network of trails that is over 2,000 miles long and connects Belle Isle Park to the Upper Peninsula.
Border-to-Border Master Plan:
Overview of planned Border-to-Border Trail expansion. Learn more about active construction on the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission's website.
Allen Park Urban (Treeline) Trail:
The Treeline is a proposed urban trail that runs along the historic Allen Creek—from the Big House through the heart of downtown Ann Arbor to the Huron River—linking to the Border-to-Border Trail, Argo Pond, and the Cascades.
The Friends of the B2B Trail is a proud partner of Karen’s Trail, a public campaign to support the building of the Border to Border (B2B) trail system. When finished, the B2B will be a paved, non-motorized trail that follows the Huron River all the way from its entry into Washtenaw County near Pinckney until its exit into Wayne County near Belleville. Additionally, the trail includes an extra 44–mile loop connecting Dexter and Chelsea, the Waterloo and Pinckney State Recreation Areas, and the Lakelands State Trail system. Learn more.
Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI) volunteers are working with the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission’s (WCPARC) Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) team, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC), and other state and local government agencies to develop new non-motorized trail segments. Learn more.
Since 1973, the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission (WCPARC) has provided a broad range of programs and recreation opportunities to the residents of Washtenaw County. What started with five roadside parks, the Parks and Recreation Commission now boasts 13 parks and 33 nature preserves providing access to nearly 6,000 acres of land. In addition, WCPARC holds conservation easements on more than 1,600 acres of farmland. WCPARC also coordinates and manages Washtenaw County’s premier non-motorized trail system—the Border-to-Border Trail (B2B). Learn more.