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All Season Routes

All season routes are roads that are not subject to weight restrictions, which means trucks can haul regular legal loads on them all year long.

All Season Routes in Roscommon County

MOORESTOWN ROAD - Commencing at the West county line, Section 6, T24N, R4W, and ending at the North county line, Section 4, T24N, R4W.

OLD 27 - Commencing at County Road 400 (Snow Bowl Road), Section 28, T22N, R4W, and ending at the North county line, Section 3, T24N,R4W.

COUNTY ROAD 305 - The entire length.

OLD 76 - Commencing at the intersection of M-18, Section 6, T24N, R2W, and ending at M-55, Section 10, T22N, R1W.

F-97 - Commencing at the intersection of Old 76, Section 23, T23N, R1W, and ending at the North county line, Section 2, T24N, R1W.

COUNTY ROAD 100 - The entire length.

COUNTY ROAD 104 - Commencing at the West county line Section 18, T24N, R4W, and ending at the intersection of County Road 100, Section 4, T23N, R3W.

COUNTY ROAD 103 - Commencing at the intersection of County Road 100, Section 22, T24N, R3W, and ending at the intersection of M-18, Section 30, T24N, R2W.

COUNTY ROAD 400 - Commencing at the intersection of US-127, Section 28, T22N, R4W, and ending at the intersection of M-18, Section 22, T22N, R3W.

COUNTY ROAD 401 - Commencing at the intersection of County Road 400, Section 19, T22N, R3W, and ending at the intersection of M-55, Section 18, T22N, R3W.

F-97 - Commencing at the South county line and ending at the intersection of M-55, Section 18, T22N, R1W.

COUNTY ROAD 306 (Loxley Road) - Commencing at the intersection County Road 305, Section 15, T22N, R4W and ending at the intersection of Robinson Lane, Section 10, T22N, R4W.

REVISED 2-5-2008

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