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At its southern end, the Spoonville Trail begins near the Grand River in western Michigan's Robinson Township. Bicyclists and pedestrians can safely cross the river on a concrete-barrier-protected lane on the west side of the bridge. The first phase of the trail, which was completed in September 2016, travels under the bridge and heads over to 120th Avenue. From there, the trail parallels 120th Avenue north to Leonard Road in Nunica. The experience is a pleasant one as the trail transverses rural landscapes and small-town communities.
The next phase of the trail is anticipated to be completed within a year and will add 2 miles to the trail, connecting it to the North Bank Trail at 112th Avenue in Nunica. The new section will cross a tributary of Crockery Creek near the Crockery Creek Natural Area.
From the south: Head north on 120th Avenue from Lake Michigan Drive/M-45 all the way to Cedar Drive (about 5 miles). Turn left (west) about a quarter mile, passing under the M-231 bridge. The trailhead will be immediately on the right (north) side of the street.
From the north: Take Exit 10 on I-96 for Nunica (112th Avenue), where the trail where ultimately end. For now, take 112th Avenue south to Leonard Road and turn right, traveling west for a mile; the trailhead is located at 120th Avenue and Leonard Road.
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