Lakeshore Connector Path

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The Lakeshore Connector Path runs along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, between Grand Haven and Holland, a distance of nearly 20 miles. The paved path parallels Lakeshore Drive and offers access to beachfront parks along the way, including Kirk Park and Tunnel Park. You can also get to the lake at James Street and Riley Street. These areas have no facilities.

Because the trail crosses private driveways, trail users must watch for traffic entering and exiting. Bikes are cautioned to keep their speed down, and families with small children should keep them near hand.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at Holland State Park, Tunnel Park and Kirk Park. See the Trail Website for more information on these parks.


Seriously....a Trail?!??!?!

   September, 2015 by vicki1960

This "trail" is nothing more than a glorified asphalt sidewalk. Ir runs from Grand Haven to Holland. Not along the lake. But inwards. Through congestion and residential areas. Nothing to see. It's literally through peoples front yards and you go over more

Awesome for Beginners and Interesting for veterans.

   August, 2015 by kmlyles

This path had enough ups and downs and curves to keep it from being boring. It was fun. The highway that it runs next to in part isn't busy and you don't have to worry about the traffic because you're on the path. Both my husband, big-time cyclist and more

Lake Shore BIke Path

   April, 2015 by miriamp

This is a fun path: there are some county parts and State Parks along the way, such as Grand Haven State Park on the North end, and Holland State Park on the Southern, with Kirk Park and Tunnel Park between. The path can be flat, curves around the dune, more