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I enjoyed the ride in the woods.
20 Miles on Polly Ann trail on Trek FX3 hybrid ....too bad Lapeer Cty cant maintain a trail like Oakland Cty....riding in Oakland Cty was like riding on the C&O canal trail....SMOOTH. 4 miles from Dryden to Bordman Rd was like riding on a washboard.....but good ride all the same. May try to get south of Oxford next time
I see no one has reviewed in 2020, so here goes.
As others said, the roughly 4 mile section between the Oakland-Lapeer county line and Dryden is rough. I have a hybrid bike and I did not enjoy this part, although it would be good for hiking or horseback. I did not go farther north than Dryden.
The section in Oakland county has a good surface. From the Lapeer-Oakland Co. line heading south, it is crushed limestone in some areas, and paved in others. If you're reading this in July 2020, there is a tree across the path just north of Leonard that you cannot get around or under, you must carefully lift your bike over it. It's probably 3' or 3.5' high at its lowest point. If you're heading north and planning to turn around to go back south at the county line, you won't miss much if you turn around at the downed tree. Not sure how often they clear the trail.
Fun trail with great views. The trail could be marked better.
Parked at the trailhead off Lapeer Road. The eastern 6 mile paved section is in excellent shape and a good bit of the trail is shaded. From the trail head to the beautiful train trestle is 6.75 miles. The last 5 miles to the trestle are fines limestone, as is the mile northwest of the trestle into Avoca. My gravel bike had no problem with the fines, though some sections near Avoca could be a little tricky for a road bike. There were pit toilets at the trail head, where the trail crossed Imlay Road and the last one was in Avoca. Really enjoyed this trail!
Had heard amazing things about this trail, but it was WAY too busy and there were too many people, as well as lack of trail etiquette. The trail and scenery itself is stunning, limestone is fine, but a dog laid down in the middle of our bike path, people walking three abreast, etc. There were so many people on the trail, I felt I should be wearing a mask.
Hands down the nicest trail we have ridden. Nicely paved, flat, and well shaded in many areas. All 23 miles of this trail are well maintained.
Nice trail for a relaxing bike ride with family. All paved with little interaction with traffic/roads. Most runs through trees and woods along river.
Trail surface is in very good condition.
We parked at the Avoca end and biked southeast. The parking lot had plenty of parking, picnic benches, and a toilet. We didn’t mind the limestone gravel at all. The bridge was fun to see. Lots of families visiting.
Another great trail in Macomb County! This one has enough for everyone to enjoy. Smooth paved if you stay on them and some off road available too! Some beautiful views of the river and wildlife! This connects with another trail through Utica and Shelby Twp if you want a longer ride! An abundance of trees, shade, parks, bridges and nice river views makes this a nice little gem! Make sure it has not rained heavy for a f ew days- or trails could be flooded. I would avoid late evenings the bugs could get ruthless!evenings
Was there on a very nice Saturday morning - was quite busy but manageable. Trail is clean and good, crossings are fine, just use your head. Parking in Richmond can be tricky to find - follow signs for Public Parking. Good ride
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