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The Jerry Russell Trail is a mile-and-a-half of walking and biking trail located in the City of Jonesville. It is named for the former Superintendent of Public Works, who was passionate about nature and the outdoors.
The trail meets the Baw Beese Trail at Gauge Street, and then heads east along Gauge to Beck Street. From there it heads north along Beck Street, crossing a railroad, before entering a disused railroad corridor. This segment of trail diverges from Beck Street, and extends along the winding St Joseph River. The trail continues across Chicago Street / US 12 for a final 0.3 miles, finding its way back to the river at the former railroad bridge.
The Baw Beese Trail, at the south end of this trail, continues for more than 8 miles through Hillsdale to Baw Beese Lake.
There is a trailhead on the north side of Chicago Street/ SR 99 (116 W Chicago St, Jonesville).
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