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Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail

terrible “trail “!

July, 2021 by jplaweck

We visited GR for a bike vacation and the trail from Kentwood going south for at least the first 5 miles was the very worst bike trail we’ve ever experienced anywhere! Terribly maintained, poorly signed, narrow and bumpy! Plus a long stint right next to a very loud interstate! I mean right next to it!! We found the trail so unenjoyable that we rerouted ourselves back to our car off the trail after only 5 miles! With so many other great bike trails in the area, don’t waste your time on this one!!!Truly brutal!!

Musketawa Trail

Asphalt needs repair / resurfacing

July, 2021 by utahfoto

Nice ride mostly in the shade from the 8th Avenue trail head up to Ravenna (12 miles). Also a nice trestle just south of Ravenna. The asphalt is in better shape after Ravenna and in to Muskegon for the last 13 miles. The depot in Ravenna has a vending machine with ice cold water and soda. It was a life saver for me because I became dehydrated on the return trip. The depot had 3 shaded picnic tables so it was a good spot to cool off and rehydrate.

Kalamazoo River Valley Trail

KRV needs TLC

July, 2021 by jcstark

My husband and I road this trail this past weekend. We started at the Galesburg Augusta primary school in Galesburg and road west to just beyond the nature center before turning around. There are several signs on this trail showing support from the various communities yet it appears no one has done anything other than mowing alongside it in quite a while. There are small tree branches all along the trail, including one downed tree. And it looks like recent rain showers have deposited a lot of sand and small stone in several spots. One particular section had a lot of homeless people. They were no issues but it is just something good to know for families taking small children on this road

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Muskegon Lakeshore Trail

mixed delights

July, 2021 by ellenives

We started at the Lake Michigan beach parking lot ($7/day, no hourly rate) and biked east toward Muskegon. The first two miles were through a residential neighborhood, along a road that was pretty busy for a cool, foggy, mid-day week. At Mike two(where we wish we had parked) the trail became more of a dedicated biking trail and the reconstructed section along the Lakeshre was delightful.

Fred Meijer White Pine Trail State Park

Reed City to Leroy

July, 2021 by stevej371

Biked this section of the WP trail a couple days ago.
The section (.4 mile) of unpaved trail near Ashton, was being surveyed.
One of them said the culvert under the trail is due to be improved and the rest of the trail paved...in the near future.
Already some heavy equipment parked nearby.

Fred Meijer Grand River Valley Rail Trail

Parking needed

July, 2021 by brian.geers1

The trail has so much potential. The surface between Saranac and Ionia is much better than Lowell to Saranac. Parking is really needed at the Lowell trailhead. I hope there are plans to keep improving the trail surface and parking. Thanks to all who have and are playing a part in making the trail a great Pure Michigan recreation opportunity.

Muskegon Lakeshore Trail

Reconstruction work is completed - June 2021

June, 2021 by grandpotentateuniverse

It is open again! As noted elsewhere, there had been some serious damage to the trail due to high water and weather. In addition, a portion was rebuilt as part of cleanup of former use of the shoreline by long-gone industry. This has been completed and improved. The trail is complete again.

William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail State Park

Hart-Montague Trail

May, 2021 by joelschekman

It’s true what other people said , the trail is incredibly smooth except for a few hundred yards at the beginning in Montague. Also stop in at the Country Dairy farm about half way along the trail between Shelby and New Era. Great food and restaurant and good place to rest for a bit . Definitely the smoothest trail I’ve ever been on

Fred Meijer Berry Junction Trail

Very nice trail!

May, 2021 by kenyond99

Rode this trail in May, 2021 and found it to be beautiful. Started near Whitehall road and went north. Trail is smooth and very scenic.

William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail State Park

very smooth flat and scenic trail

May, 2021 by ielpmike

This is my favorite bike out. It is super smooth and well maintained.

Muskegon Lakeshore Trail

Disappointed

May, 2021 by wbschnug

We were excited to try this trail, and enjoy the views of both Lake Michigan & Lake Muskegon. We started from Beachwood Park, and took the Boardwalk Loop to connect to the trail. We were only a few miles in before discovering the trail was closed. There were no suggested detours, and heading north, we could find no way back to the trail. On the way back we rode the boardwalk - scenic , but very short ride.

Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail

Not your typical rail trail

May, 2021 by tim36r

Starting at the end of the Musketawa trail that is a true rail to trail, this follows a rail bed for less than a mile. The next couple of miles are along side a rail bed but go up an down at their own pace. Cross under the highway and you get a long down hill winding back up to 3 mile road. Next couple of miles are on concrete along 3 mile road with hills up and down. Completed in 2020 the last section is a twisting down hill to west river drive. Overall a great trail but be ready to climb hold

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