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Explore the best rated trails in Grand Rapids, MI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail and Fred Meijer Standale Trail. With more than 42 trails covering 746 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
We were so impressed by this section of trail. It was pretty and clean. The wildflowers and sculptures were delightful too!
Avoid this one if you can
One of the nicest rails to trails in Michigan. The path is almost perfect - very smooth. Easy to ride with only slight ups and downs. The scenery is beautiful. We typically start at the Country Dairy in New Era. Plenty of parking there. Then if you time it right you end up back there for lunch or ice cream when you’re done.
63 year old couple. We biked from Gober west 12 miles and back. It was more of a two track road most of the way. A few soft patches and rough spots snuck up on us. But the rest was fairly smooth. After we rode we drove north to Cranes Pie and Pastry to try a pie flight. Worth the drive. We did not want to bike the other direction.
63 year old couple. Very smooth trail. Tall trees or orchards are along most of the trail. The variety of trees are labeled so us prairies folks can identify them. There are large oak trees though out the ride. A stop at Country Dairy is a must.
Very pretty ride. Trail can be a bit bumpy is spots, but well worth the ride.
Gets you across and thru the city; and there a a lot of breweries to stop at and enjoy! Connects both north south eat and west!
Riverside Park to Belding a little bumpy with debri on trail. Belding to Rockford very bumpy with cracks and root lifts and many dogs and walkers that didn’t respect biker space or passing. Rockford to Sand Lake smooth and few dogs or people so was a great ride!! North of Sand Lake same, could really cruise! Enjoyed distance!
Good ride. Started in Holland and rode to Grand Haven. Stopped at The Toasted Pickle in Grand Haven for lunch. Great spot!
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Just a short note to say that the scheduled resurfacing project on our trail has been pushed back by the DNR until mid Fall of 2023.
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Beautifully paved now the 8 miles from Sand Lake to Howard City. A few scuff marks in the middle from snowmobiles this past winter, but very smooth. Some very gradual ups and downs. Lovely ride today.
This trail is one of the better bikes rides I've ever experienced. Everywhere we turned was a scenic view of Muskegon Lake. Having the Hotel 2 blocks from the trail was definitely a plus.
Definitely going back to the "Deck" beachfront restaurant at Pere Marquette Park.
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