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This trail is well-maintained with many playgrounds and parking lots throughout. Cyclists can use the shoulder/bike lane while pedestrians enjoy the sidewalk. In spring, some of the trail floods, but plenty of it remains open to enjoy, and flooded portions are blocked to cars.
If you’re interested in street art, check out this trail. The pieces painted on the old overpass foundations are varied and colorful. The trail is all paved with separate bike and pedestrian lanes. Benches are along the way every few quarter miles. In summer the shipping container bar opens with craft brews and treats. You may find the trail hot in summer because shade is only found beneath the overpasses (and at the bar), but in winter you may find this trail ideal because it’s protected from the wind. Favorite if inline skaters.
Enjoy an easy cruise along the Riverwalk. It’s all paved with many places to sit and admire the Detroit River and the views of Windsor. Every so often there are public restrooms and even ice cream in summer. The native plants and gardens along the way bring birds and butterflies.
I love it! We just discovered this trail a week ago ! my husband and I are really enjoying it! Going to take a trash bag to pick up some empty water bottles... was wondering if we could start a donation box for some trash cans and maybe a bench or two !
A nice trail used by walkers, runners, students, locals, as well as cyclists. It connects to the ever expanding Flint area trail system and is a nice way to tour the Flint area by trail.
As a local, I no longer use this trail due to the expansion of the Flint area trail system. However, this trail is useful if one needs to connect to specific neighborhoods and businesses in the area. Can use the Genesee Valley Trail (no cars) to connect
Nice trail through the campus of Kettering Unversity
A great trail that connects with several other trails in the Flint Area. Love how there are various sections of different scenery that allows for variety. Close to various shops, stores, restaurants, and the mall, in case one needs to buy a forgotten item. Used by walkers, runners and locals throughout the year.
Nice trail that connects to several other trails within the city. Nice view of Kettering University campus, the Flint River, and State Historical Site of where the General Motors Sit-Down Strike occurred. Runners, walkers, skate boarders and people just enjoying the green space share his trail with cyclists.
Great trail for Boy Scout
It's a fairly good trail, its good to know that the trail runs on both sides of the Flint River and also goes through some rough areas of the city. It is one of the more interesting trails I've rode, depending on where you go there's a lot to see, such as Stepping Stones Falls, Bluebell Beach, The Abandoned Flint Water Plant (Don't try to enter) and a lot of other cool things. It's also good to know this trail connects to other trails when it ends so you should know when you want to stop. The trails worst part is between the University of Michigan Flint and Dort Hwy, This area runs through a rough neighborhood and the trail needs repairs but it is a short ride. If you're riding north and reach Dort Hwy make sure to take the trail behind the water plant, if you take the trail of E Boulevard Dr it will take you behind an abandoned school and then end. I've probably rode this trail a hundred times by now, I've never had an encounter with someone who wanted to rob me, but it does happen occasionally, so stay cautious and try to bring somebody with you. Other than it's a good ride with some city sights, some beautiful nature, and some history.
This is a very pretty trail. A short, paved trail that follows the creek. Many benches along the way and there are restrooms at the dog park.
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