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The northern section of the Spoonville Trail cuts between the golf course and the ravine with several bridge crossings. Winding through a lovely natural area, the new trail section crosses I-96 on a protected lane of the 112th Ave bridge and connects to the North Bank Trail, which runs through the Village of Nunica into Spring Lake. From the mile-long crossing of the Grand River to the twisting trail along the ravine, this path is a terrific piece of the future Grand River Greenway trail system. The experience is a pleasant one as the trail transverses rural landscapes and small-town communities.
A trail highlight is certainly the Grand River, where the trail crosses via. bridge and bicyclists and pedestrians can safely cross the river on a concrete-barrier-protected lane on the west side of the bridge. Just after the mile-long bridge crossing, trail users are met with the southern terminus along N Cedar Rd.
There is parking available at both trail ends, at the southern terminus at 122250 N Cedar Rd and just north of the northern terminus along Main St. (Nunica), trail users can find an unmarked parking lot near the post office available for use.
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