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The Fred Meijer Flat River Trail connects 2 mountain bike trails and 5 city parks in Greenville. The trail follows the winding Flat River, offering scenic views and incorporating forest and wetlands. Trail users can access parks, Community Center events, shopping, historic sites, the Flat River Museum and schools. A unique feature of the trail is the tunnel under the busy M57 highway that features a mosaic mural depicting the local history.
The trail connects to the paved Fred Meijer Heartland Trail, which extends north 41 miles to Alma, at Water Works Park. A direct link to the unimproved Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Rail Trail is also available at Jackson’s Landing Park on E. Washington Street/State Route 57. That trail extends southward 22 miles to Lowell.
Like the two longer trails (and several other trails in Michigan), the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail is named after the grocery magnate and philanthropist who generously contributed financially to its development.
Parking for the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail can be found at Jackson’s Landing Park on E. Washington Street/SR 57; Alan G. Davis Park off S. Walnut Street; Tower Park on E. Baldwin Lake Drive; and Baldwin Lake on W. Baldwin Lake Drive.
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