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I enjoy the trail, you will most likely see deer. Many places to begin. Very pretty and a nice small town atmosphere. I like to combine this trail with side streets. Nice all year round
I have enjoyed this rail trail all summer. Being a walker, this trail breaks down to a lot of different experiences. My favorite is the 3 mile mark between sister lake and Hart lake, thanks to all the people I’ve met
November 2021 rode from Alma out 15 miles and back. Parked in city parking at very start of trail. Parking there a short ride on trail crossing a few easy to cross streets till reaching College area where the main trail opens up. We saw parking in College is where most parked. Heavy leaf cover this time of year, so could not see trail most of time, trail had a few areas of bumps. Over all the ride was smooth. Will ride rest soon.
Really nice ride with good amount of tree canopy. Trail surface in good shape.
Great ride on well maintained trail. Good fall color. Benches and picnic tables available.
Very enjoyable ride, nice trail.
From Owosso to Ionia it’s a great riding trail. Love the mix of shade, sun, wild life. The small towns along the way offer pit stops (Trail heads) for food, water and restrooms. Very surprised it’s not busier, also kinda glad! More connections to come to other trails will be added bonus.
The smoothest, cleanest pathway for skating with minimal traffic crossings. Plus all the people here are the kindest and we have the best dogs of any path. Beautiful abundant nature.
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The trail has many restrooms and is in good shape. Beautiful trees and farms along the way.
I rode the 30 miles from Clare to Midland and I was impressed by the condition of the trail. Sections are even sealed blacktop. All the cracks had filler and the vegetation was mowed at least 3 feet off the trail. I left the trail around Sanford as the trail is closed due to flood damage resulting from two private dams which failed, sending millions on gallons of water through the area. It was easy enough to ride on the shoulder of Saginaw Rd for a bit until the trail opened back up. I enjoyed this ride.
If you like long straight tracks, then you will enjoy this one. It seems like it might be boring but it is quite scenic and quiet.
We enjoyed riding this trail, but you have to watch out for uneven spots.
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