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Explore the best rated trails in Sturgis, MI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Granger Paths and Mishawaka Riverwalk. With more than 56 trails covering 372 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.
Rode the route from Shipshewana to Middlebury (and back) and found it to be a great ride with beautiful views. Would ride this again and would recommend.
Rode the Pumpkinvine trail the previous day and this was night and day with Mapleheart Trail being very disappointing. Literally riding with trains (blasting their horns) on one side and a highway on the other side. Would not recommend for anyone.
63 year old couple. We biked from Gober west 12 miles and back. It was more of a two track road most of the way. A few soft patches and rough spots snuck up on us. But the rest was fairly smooth. After we rode we drove north to Cranes Pie and Pastry to try a pie flight. Worth the drive. We did not want to bike the other direction.
Great trail going through Eliason Nature Reserve. Almost all in a shaded greenway. Also has access to other nearby trails.
Beautiful scenery with lots of little alternate paths that branch off the main one. Well maintained, clear signs, great location
This trail is a national destination for anyone who loves biking. I've rode many great trails in seven states, and this one rates at the top. A long, or short ride is definitely worth the trip. As you can see from the many great photos a fall ride is the absolute best.
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Just a short note to say that the scheduled resurfacing project on our trail has been pushed back by the DNR until mid Fall of 2023.
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Being a local bike trail, I am so fortunate to have this so close to home.
This is one of several bike trails along the St. Joe River which are all connected.
Trail is great for shaded run on warm days and wind protected run on cold days. Trail is 5 miles long with an additional 1.5 mile Solomon Farm Loop attached. Parking spaces located near the YMCA put you in the middle of the 5 mile trail and where the 1.5 mile Loop connects, providing a great spot to re-hydrate at your vehicle as you run North, then South, then the Loop to train for Half-marathon.
The first section of this trail opened the summer of 2022. It's the first of two sections that will be completed this year. A very pleasant but short trail on South Bend's west side.
Can't wait till it's completed.
This is one of my favorite local rides. Last fall (2022) the county added another cycle safety light at Auten Rd. Similar to the safety light at Cleveland, it makes this trail one of the safest in the area.
Located in Mishawaka Indiana, it is one of the most scenic bike rides along the St. Joseph River. From this trail a rider can now ride from Central Park Mishawaka to Niles Michigan or Approximately 16.5 miles.
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