Tawas Area Biking
Tawas Bay Multi-Use Trails, part of Michigan's Iron Belle Trail, are 16.2 miles stretching from Dyer Road at the southern Iosco County line to Tawas Point State Park and Aulerich Road on the northeast end. The southern 6.5 miles are part of Alabaster Township's Alabaster Bike Trail Arboretum and is a 10' wide asphalt trail. The remainder of the trail is a combination of sidewalk and asphalt through Tawas City, East Tawas and Baldwin Township. The trail runs parallel to Tawas Bay on Lake Huron and connects multiple scenic areas including a former Gypsum mine, historic sites and waterfront parks.
Tawas Bike Path Map
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Tawas Bay Triathlon
An incredible venue and course along Tawas Bay make for an amazing triathlon in September. Watch the sun rise before the start of the race and enjoy the crisp, pine-scented air perfect for biking, swimming and running. Choose your own level of racing intensity. The event includes a beachside party with volleyball, bonfire, food, drinks, movies and fun.
Pedestrian & Bike Path
A beautiful non-motorized path for walking or biking, this fully paved trails winds 13.5 miles from Alabaster Township all the way to Tawas Point State Park. The bike path also features a trail head 1.5 miles north of the Singing Bridge.