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The Kiwanis Trail occupies an old railroad bed between Adrian and the southern edge of Tecumseh. The trail is currently the only open component of a much longer proposed regional greenway trail. In the future, the River Raisin Greenway will roughly follow the River Raisin north from Adrian to Manchester.
The Kiwanis Trail primarily runs through a secluded wooded corridor, but the surroundings become more urban as the trail enters the college town of Adrian. The segment of trail in the city is also known as the Riverview Trail, so don’t be surprised if you see the name on signs along this portion.
North of Maple Street in Adrian, the Kiwanis Trail passes through Trestle Park, which features a historic amphitheater. The amphitheater is home to the Adrian City Band, the second-longest continuously running community band in the United States.
Parking for the Kiwanis Trail can be found just south of Tecumseh at a small trailhead at the intersection of Ives Road and Green Highway. In Adrian, parking is available at Trestle Park on Hunt Street and at Riverside Park on McKenzie Street. Trestle Park also offers restrooms.
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