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I ride my bike from Lowell to Greenville - this is one of the nicest trails in MI! The gravel is a special composite for biking and walking. It is well maintained and scenic with mostly flat rides through forest and farmlands.
My wife and I rode this trail in September of 2020. I totally enjoyed it! Perfect for a Gravel, Cross, or Mountain Bike. Rideable on a road bike... though probably not comfortable. The surface is still a little soft in some areas, so anything with larger tires would be ideal. It's straight as an arrow, but plenty to see on either side. The best scenery I thought was between St. Johns and Ionia. The trail is paved through the towns... where there's opportunity to stop for water/snacks/food. We had lunch in Ionia at a cafe downtown. We parked where the trail crosses Smith Road just outside of Owasso. There's a paved parking lot behind Budget Tire and the EMS building.
Started in S & rode toward A. Paved a bit around S. Great fall colors
Loved our ride. Very nice well kept trail. Began at 10th st trail head with the red caboose. have to say was a very pleasant Sunday morning ride, even as busy as it was. Between the Kalamazoo River Trail ride on Saturday and this one, well worth traveling from IN for
Beautiful October Sunday ride. Not a lot of people but not deserted either. Loved the views along the river and crossing bridges. The trail downtown is fun too
Did a few miles from South Haven trailhead. Beautiful time of year, path was dry and packed well. Great trail for all ages if riders.
We rode one way and stayed at the hotel at the end. Had breakfast and rode back to Trailhead in Whitehall. Be sure to stop at the Creamery for refreshment along the way. Can’t wait to go again next year.
Lots of places to stop and sit, fish, picnic. Short for an adult bike ride but good for a run. Flat and family friendly. Fold and kayaking.
This trail is so smooth and the color was very pretty today. You can now start in Nunica on the east end. It will soon connect with the Spoonerville Trail on the east end. And it connects with the Lakeside Trail on the west end. I'll ride it again.
My girlfriend and i longboarded/rollerskated this entire trail. Beautiful scenery with a lot of variety. Would definitely do again if it wasnt so far away!
Started in Whitehall and jumped right on the trail. It is one of the smoothest trails I have been on, with long stretches without cross streets. It moves from wetlands to prairies, to farm fields to orchards to woodlands, and there are benches and picnic tables all along the way.
Ran from Greenville. Towards Belding. First mile is paved. Then gravel. Great scenery. Definitely will do again.
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