Weber Lake Area

Total Miles


339.08 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail has a beautiful hidden lake and state campground on Weber Lake at one end of this trail. Plus a wildlife observation area adjacent to the lake. There are lots of deer and turkey at sundown, and the other end has a horse bed and breakfast. Its mainly a flat and firm trail and has 1 large sandy hill to climb at Newsom Road / Welsh Road area about 1 mile in as you enter. Expect to have some standing water after a rain but not too deep. There are several offshoots to take if you wish to explore. Cell service is limited. The state campground on the lake is mainly a primitive site.


Check for fallen trees over rutted areas, I would not recommend a 2wd vehicle.


The Lost Tamarack Pathway is near Weber Lake, which is also a 3 to 4-mile hike near the lake.

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Access Description

The Weber Lake State Forest Campground and ORV parking area can be accessed from County Road C58-Wolverine Road just west (approx 6 miles) of I 75 and city of Wolverine, Michigan.