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Explore the best rated trails in Marysville, MI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Clinton River Park Trail and Linear Park Pathway. With more than 16 trails covering 187 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This is one fantastic trail, at least the part I was on, at this time of year (October).
I started at the Romeo Trailside park and headed left (North?)
The bridge going over the highway at the beginning has an incline up and down. Other than that, flat and level.
The trail is paved, marked every half mile and meanders through wooded and open areas.
A couple bridges over a few creeks is something I always enjoy.
It seems to be a safe trail, in a good area and there was a lot of bikers and several walkers as well.
The only negative is 3 cross-overs of rather busy roads. One of them had a good bit of cars that I had to wait for a couple minutes before I could get across. But don't let that deter you from enjoying this trai.
So as always, if in the area and want to get a couple miles in, head here.
You should your run, walk, bike.
I started in Imlay City and rode my gravel bike to where the trail ends on Joslyn RD, then rode back to Imlay City. 55 miles round trip Imlay City to Dryden This ride is tough, but doable. It’s grass with somewhat of a singletrack being formed from riding. I rode early October so the grass was short, but I could see it being an issue early season. Just before Leonard is the county shift, and there’s a noticeable differences between the two counties. Dryden to Leonard (only place with water fountain) Singletrack with gradual elevation and it’s a fairly easy ride. The trail will get nicer as you get closer to Leonard. Leonard to the end of the trail Wide gravel path with periods of pavement in the cities. Easy ride
Nice ride through wilderness
Really nice trail with good distance but unfortunately it is really dusty. When taking a drink out of my water bottle, I could taste the dust and feel the grit. Mountain bikers may be used to it but a return to cycling rider like me, I wasn’t too keen on it. Had to wash down my bike afterwards. Michigan Air Trail is 100% paved so I like that better. I did get a water bottle with a cover for future dusty rides though.
Great trail with good asphalt. Has a couple of bike shops directly on the trail as well as restaurants and pubs. Bonus if you go in the fall you can stop at a code mill for cider, apples and other goodies.
Hi everyone. I grew up in metro Detroit and have lived for the last 25 years in Canada. We have really nice trails but you have to get out of downtown to get nice long trails with nature. And this trail does not disappoint. Well marked and with lots of rest stops you can’t do better. There are lots of places to read about the nature too on display. I bet it’s really nice in fall and winter too!
We parked on the south end rode all the way up and ate in Lake Orion (lots of great restaurants). Took the nice downhill smooth ride back. The whole way was wonderful. Our recommendation though is to not wear new shoes the crushed limestone causes your bike and all to be covered in dust.
Enough said. Just Great!
It’s a great two mile stretch. Just enough for my 8 year old to enjoy. The murals are awesome. We stay on a mission to find wonderful street art.
Exciting New Trail Updates not yet showing on the Trail Map App as of this review (7-22). MM #38 The New Paint Creek Junction Park is now open has Restrooms, Water and Parking. Nearby is the recently completed ‘The Connector’ a nicely paved walk/bike trail alongside Clarkston Rd to the Polly Ann Trail. At the Kern / Clarkston Road crossing Follow The Connector Trail Signs westward for approximately 3.6 miles to the point where the Polly Ann Trail crosses Clarkston Rd.
Started at Lighthouse Park. Trail was not well marked and would have had a very hard time without my downloaded map for directions. Very pretty ride along river and great art displays once we crossed the Black River and got on the Port Huron Bridge to Bay Trail. It was beautiful.
East side of the trail is pretty rough for a road bike, the west side has been updated and much more pleasant of an experience. The side walk section through Pontiac urban area need to be leveled and straight up dangerous for bike tires.
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