No licenses? No Problem! Michigan’s outdoor summer fun is free this weekend
June 9, 2021
Enjoying many of Michigan’s natural resources will be free this weekend.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources annual Three Free weekend is June 12 and 13. No licenses or fees are required for fishing, riding on off-road vehicle trails or visiting state parks.
Three Free weekend includes:
- Free fishing without a license, but all other regulations on the number of fish caught remain.
- Free use of 3,800 miles of off-road vehicle trails and six scramble areas without a license or permit.
- Free recreation passports allow everyone into all 103 state parks and 1,300 state boating access sites.
Michigan has offered Free Fishing Weekends since 1986 to promote use and awareness of the state’s 3,000 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes and miles of rivers.
The DNR offers another Free Fishing Weekend in February to promote ice fishing and outdoor winter recreation opportunities.
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