North Bank Trail

Michigan

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North Bank Trail Facts

States: Michigan
Counties: Ottawa
Length: 3.3 miles
Trail end points: Lakeside Trail at Fruitport Rd. (Spring Lake Township) and 130th Ave. (Crockery Township)
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 7740683

North Bank Trail Description

The North Bank Trail will one day stretch 18 miles from Spring Lake to Marne, on the western outskirts of Grand Rapids. Currently, a little more than its first three miles are complete on the trail's western end, beginning at a connection to the Lakeside Trail and ending in Crockery Township. This section parallels State Route 104 along the former Grand Trunk Railroad.

The next phase will continue the trail east to Nunica, where it will connect to the Spoonville Trail. Eventually, the trail will continue farther east to the Musketawa Trail in Marne.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available near the North Bank Trail's western end in Spring Lake's Central Park (817 Central Avenue) and at the trailhead located approximately 0.25 mile north of SR 104 on 144th Avenue.

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