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The Martin Luther King Equality Trail, formerly called the Jackson Intercity Trail, follows the old rail bed of what was once the Michigan Central Railroad for 3.4 miles through the southwest section of Jackson. The trail provides a pleasant, non-motorized way for area residents to commute to shops and work, as well as for recreation. For those wanting to venture farther afield, the trail connects to the Falling Waters Trail at Weatherwax Drive, which carries on southwest 10.5 miles to the town of Concord.
Parking is available at E. Biddle and Rt. 50 (SW corner) and at MLK Park just southeast of that. You can also park at the New Leaf parking area on 4th St. just south of Audubon Blvd or on Weatherwax Drive (limited spaces) south of Park Road near the cell phone tower. From here you can also take the Falling Waters Trail southwest.
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