- 4.7 miles of paved, road-separated pathway for non-motorized use
- ADA Accessible
- Rolling topography, rural character, forests, wetlands, and lakes
- Major cross street references: M-52 at Werkner Road and M-52 at North Territorial Road
- Temporary on-road connection to the City of Chelsea south of Werkner Road (wide road shoulders)
- Trail not maintained during the winter
- Printable PDF map of the Chelsea-Stockbridge Corridor
- View Interactive Map Instructions
Directions and Parking
Recommended parking for this trail segment can be found at the following location:
- B2B Trailhead at Lyndon Township Hall on North Territorial Road, Chelsea – Michigan Recreation Passport is required to park your vehicle at this trailhead. There is a self- registration kiosk in the parking lot if you do not already have the designation on your vehicle. This is not required if you are entering on foot or bicycle.
Distance from the North Territorial Trailhead to
The DTE Trail crossing: 0.5 miles
The pedestrian tunnel: 1.35 miles
Green Lake Campground Entrance: 2 miles
Waterloo Road: 3.7 miles
Werkner Road: 4.7 miles
Project construction/completion updates
In 2021, we are excited to begin construction on 1.6 miles of trail that will complete the trail from Werkner Road, south, to Timbertown and Veteran’s Park. There, the trail switches to on-road and sidewalk as it enters downtown Chelsea.
Future plans also call for an additional 7.2 miles northwest of North Territorial Road to connect to the Village of Stockbridge, which will likely be completed in several construction phases.
Blind Lake Campground (Hike-in only)
Crooked Lake Campground (Rustic camping)
Green Lake Campground (Rustic camping)
Trail Access and Description
The completed trail within the Chelsea-Stockbridge Corridor is 4.7 miles of rolling, road-separated, non-motorized trail that roughly parallels M-52 between Werkner Road and North Territorial Road. Visitors will experience a rural landscape featuring lakeviews, woodlands, wetlands and glacial topography. This is the hilliest segment of the B2B Trail but it was designed with accessibility in mind and uses gentle slopes to traverse the post-glacial landscape.
Near the northern end of the trail is the B2B Trailhead at Lyndon Township Hall, which features dedicated trail parking, water, a vaulted toilet, bike repair tools, picnicking, and more. Near the trailhead, the DNR offers two ADA accessible hunting/wildlife viewing blinds that can be reached via a short, gravel accessible path from the Lyndon Township Trailhead. For more information or to reserve the blinds, please call the Pinckney Recreation Area at 734-426-4913.
This trail is owned and maintained by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission.