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While not the most scenic of trails, the M-21 Non-Motorized Path provides a useful ten-foot wide asphalt path through a suburban stretch of Flint Township, connecting at its eastern end to the Genesee Valley Trail. The sidepath trail is just over a mile and a half long, and takes you past a number of stores and eateries as it runs along the roadside. Continue along Corunna Road over the interstate to link up with the Genesee Valley Trail, a rail-trail that offers a more pleasant trail experience and can bring you all the way into the heart of Flint. A nice amenity for nearby residents, this trail does its job in forming a connection to the developing area trail network and giving residents a non-motorized alternative means of travel.
No dedicated parking is available for this trail, but many of the businesses along the route offer parking.
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