I'm hoping this is the appropriate place for this question. Any help would be appreciated. We own a property in Michigan, and it is located on a dirt "2-track" so to speak. The road does not show up on any county map I've seen, however we're told it is a county road. The road is not maintained, plowed in the winter, or cared for whatsoever by the county. We have also never seen a police car patrolling the road. The road was officially abandoned back in the 50's, and I have the official paperwork showing the abandonment that was filed with the county. According to what we're told, our abandoned road was reverted back to a county road some years later, and remains that way today. I cannot locate any official documents that show this. My question is, once a road is officially abandoned, and all the proper papers are signed, filed, and approved by the county, can they take the road back a number of years later? This doesn't seem right to me.