Medbery Bike Trail

Michigan

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Medbery Bike Trail Facts

States: Michigan
Counties: Muskegon
Length: 1.5 miles
Trail end points: Hart-Montague Trail and White Lake Pathway at Spring St. and Whitbeck Rd. just north of Industrial Park Dr.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 7947857

Medbery Bike Trail Description

The Medbery Bike Trail runs from a junction with the Hart-Montague Trail State Park and White Lake Pathway in Montague, Michigan, to an industrial park west of town. The rail-trail passes primarily through a woodland landscape, but trail users may be able to catch a glimpse of White Lake and the City of Whitehall across the water from the trail’s northern end.

The trail’s name is optimistic, as future plans call for its extension all the way to scenic Medbery Park on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for the Medbery Bike Trail is available at Roesler Lakefront Park on Water Street in Montague.

Medbery Bike Trail Reviews

sweet extension of main trail

Smooth enough for any wheels

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