Holland Beaches, Blueberries & Parks Loop in Holland, MI

Best Greater Grand Rapids Bike Trails for Families

When it comes to warm-weather things to do, going for a bike ride is a classic!

Whether you’re looking for an urban trail, mountain bike trails, or something in between, the options in greater Grand Rapids are almost endless. 

Use this list of the best West Michigan bike trails to help your family find a great place to pedal.

bikes at the beach

West Michigan Bike Trails You’ll Love

Training wheels or not, if you have a way to transport bikes to a different location, you’ll have miles of Michigan to explore.

You can do an easy one or two mile ride on a paved path, or venture out for something longer or more challenging.

There are many Grand Rapids bike trails that hook up to other parks or scenic areas, and many include ice cream pitstops.

Our family loves biking the White Pines Trail at Comstock Park and riding to Rockford for dinner and then topping it off with ice cream at the end of the trip back in Comstock Park. Find this trip and other great family bike paths listed below.

PS – Bike trails are just one part of the expansive parks systems around Grand Rapids. If you don’t have your bike with you, you can still enjoy hiking trails, parks & playgrounds, and even splash pads.

Park Managed by Ottawa County & City of Holland
Holland Beaches, Blueberries & Parks Loop Bike Trail
2215 Ottawa Beach Rd, Holland MI 49424
Trail Length: 11 miles
Paved Walking Path
Trail Difficulty: Moderate
Stroller Friendly? Yes, all or most areas
Dog-Friendly
Bike Ride Best For: Families wanted to spend a day biking around Holland. Bike trailers recommended for little kids.

Follow this route to explore several parks, beaches in the Holland area.

Park at Stu Visser Trails and take the Ottawa Beach Road bike path to Holland State Park. You'll pass the entrance to Mt. Pisgah - stop and climb if you want fantastic views.

Spend some time at the Holland State Park beach and then get back on your bikes to pedal up to Tunnel Park for another beach and playground stop.

Next stop: Bowerman Blueberries farm market for some yummy treats (seasonal hours, check before heading out.)

Finally, make your way back to the northern end of Stu Visser Trails. Pedal the natural trails back to your vehicle.
This route follows bike paths along busy roads. Watch out for cars coming in and out on driveways in residential areas.

Lots of activities along the way to break up your walk or ride - beaches, parks, dunes, playgrounds and more.

More About Holland Beaches, Blueberries & Parks Loop

Park Features

  • Accessible
  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Admission
  • Good for Rollerblading
  • Lake or River
  • Paved Walking Path
  • Paved Bike Path






musketwa trail is one of Grand Rapids Bike Trails
*image courtesy of musketawatrail.com

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  1. What a great list! I love riding bikes with my family and it will be fun to have some new destinations in mind. It is a bit of work right now because we have a tag-along plus a Burley and then our 2 adult bikes and 1 child bike to transport- that means we do a lot of neighborhood rides. Do you have any tips on how to get so much gear from point a to point b easily?

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