Plaster Creek Trail

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The Plaster Creek Trail provides a non-motorized way to access Grand Rapids neighborhoods via a pleasant, tree-lined route. The path meanders along a tributary of the Grand River from Ken-O-Sha Park to just past the Salvation Army Kroc Center at Division Avenue. The trail follows along city sidewalks at 28th Street SE/Route 11 (eastbound to Eastern Avenue) and Eastern Avenue (westbound to 28th Street).

Plans call for the trail to continue northwest from Division Avenue, connecting with the Oxford Street trail, which connects to Millennium Park, a gateway to many other trails.

Parking and Trail Access

A parking lot is available at the trailhead in Ken-O-Sha Park on the trail's eastern end.


A nice trail

   March, 2016 by thickice19

I biked it today, Easter 2016 and thought it was a pleasant trail. I did the trail ont he East side of Eastern and thought it felt almost secluded and out of the city, besides the industrial buildings to the one side. I imagine in the summer they aren't more

Nice city trail

   June, 2014 by bp49512

Walked the section between 28th (by Eastern) to Division and starting out it was actually really nice. Path is paved and wide with lots of shade. It sort of wanders away from Plaster Creek for most of it and you can almost forget the city is nearby. Near more

Great Short Hike

   July, 2013 by jjchuch

This is a little gem is nestled between Eastern and Kalamazoo Ave. just south of 28th st. Yes, it's a short trail and ends abruptly, but is a pleasant hike for a lunch break. Especially considering its location. A pleasant surprise. read more