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I have started at Stroebel Road and made it all the way into St. Charles, I have enjoy the wildlife, scenery, and the opportunity to utilize benches that are along the trail to rest. The trailer shelf is pretty maintained. Only minor blemishes. In recent years there are newer pathways that branch off the main trail that will go towards Thomas Township.
I love this trail is 7 miles long. The longer the better in my opinion. While prior reviews have mentioned some upkeep that needs to be done (not completed as of May 2022) they are minor blemishes in my opinion. This trail offers fantastic scenery, wildlife, and if you’re fortunate enough you’ll see the big ships on the river, along with plans taking off and landing at James Clements Airport. I hope there is progress made to link this trail to the Zilwaukee pathway.
Nice little trail for walking, biking and online skating. Clean with little elevation changes.
Well kept smooth asphalt rail trail connecting three rural towns. Restaurants at either end, parking and porta potties .. and not at all crowded! Now if it could just be close to home… magnificent trail.
Started in Wixom riding East on Airline Trail (all asphalt) and continued on to West Bloomfield Trail. Packed gravel wasn't draining water well from overnight rain in several areas and gravel near St Marys school was very washboard. Hopefully they will grade trail before heavy summer riding starts. All in all it was a lovely ride. Saw deer, swans, and turkey along the ride.
This trail is maintained by Saginaw County Parks Dept:
Very well taken care of!
The horse path hops on and off the main trail at road crossings and bridges.
Horse path is kept cleared sporadically - but I have never seen it used, nor evidence of use (road-apples).
A great trail for all ages!
I have started this trail at Swan Creek High School parking (when school is out), at Shields Road by the Township Police Dept, and also from the Saginaw Valley Rail Trail.
All paved, wide, well-maintained, easy going, nice variety of scenery along the way.
Turning onto this from Saginaw Valley Rail Trail is a nice addition to that experience.
And a 1-mile ride down Ohern Road gets you to Roberts Community Park, another pleasant location.
Lots of open riding with only a little shade, can get hot in the summer sun.
You may get a chance to see a snapping turtle along the ditch in Kluck Nursery property.
Crossing M-46 at Meijer's in Shields can be a little nerve-wracking!
This trail is horrible. Even on a mountain bike you’ll be jostled about the whole way. Friends of mine have lost bike lights from hitting the bumps. It’s unclear to me who maintains this trail but they should be ashamed of themselves. One bad lawsuit from a 80-year old lady who breaks a hip and maybe they’ll finally redo the whole thing.
A varry nice walk and lots of geochachs to discover. Bring bug spray and water, small day pack would be ideal.
I rode this section of the trail many times last summer. It is actually smoother than aged asphalt that can get a little bumpy. There are not too many people riding this section and that makes an enjoyable ride. I have a hybrid and this is perfect this trail. Looking forward to getting on it again in a few months.
With slight hills and variations of terrain this trail is interesting through Hickory Glen and runs along the roads at the on either end. It has enough to make loops so that you don’t feel like you just turn around and go back (as the trail map shows). Great for everyday trail use.
I like the side of the trail that's east of the Cass river the best. More trees and wildlife. But it's a cool walk overall
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