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Macomb Orchard Trail

A 24-mile path along a former railroad where users can see urban landscapes, wide open spaces, tunnels of trees, quaint small towns, orchards and farms

red barn feature over a paved trail

Trail end points are at Dequindre Road and 24 Mile Road (Shelby Township), and Division Road at Main Street (Richmond)

Asphalt, concrete

Walking, running, biking, rollerblading, cross-country skiing, wheelchair accessible

Benches, bike repair stations, bridges, maps, parking, restrooms, trash cans

Interactive map - (Link coming soon)
Printable map


The Macomb Orchard Trail is a 24-mile path that travels through Shelby Township, Romeo, Armada and the city of Richmond. The trail is located at the site of a former railroad and has since been paved over so trail users can experience urban landscapes, wide open spaces, tunnels of tree canopy, quaint small towns and orchards and farms. This cross-county trail also connects users to more than 180 miles of regional non-motorized trail networks.

Take a virtual tour of the Macomb Orchard Trail via Terrain 360, a resource provided by Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG)

**Note: Terrain 360 was last updated in 2020



Interested in purchasing and donating an item that can be used and/or displayed along the trail? Contact Amanda Minaudo at


Report trail maintenance:

Please contact the Macomb County Office of the County Executive at or at 586-469-7001.


Macomb Orchard Trail Commission:

Find meeting minutes and agendas at the Macomb County Civic Clerk website.