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4143 10th Street N, Kalamazoo MI 49009

About this Walking Path
This linear park is a 33.5 mile biking and walking path connecting Kalamazoo to South Haven, including the Kalamazoo River Trail in downtown Kalamazoo.

This gorgeous, shaded rails-to-trails path has so much to see along the way, through woods and farmlands, over and alongside streams and rivers.

Favorite stops include Camelback Bridge near Grand Junction and South Pier Lighthouse.

Bloomingdale is considered the midpoint and people love to stop here to check out the caboose and Depot Museum.

Van Buren Trail State Park connects in South Haven and provides 14 miles of additional trails.

The entire trail is limstone / slag. There are no major hills on the trail. However there is generally a slight grade favoring eastbound riders.

• Gravel Surface
•Trail Difficulty: Easy

• Trails are Stroller-Friendly

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open all year, from dawn to dusk.

2238 3rd Ave, Holland MI 49424

About this Walking Path
Mt. Pisgah is a hiking trail that takes you up to some spectacular views you can’t find anywhere else.

To get to this elevation, there will be hundreds of stairs that take you up to a 360 degree view of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa.

After you step your way to the top of Mt. Pisgah, you can walk a narrow boardwalk and find more wooded trails to explore.

The winding trails through the woods are narrow, slightly hilly and often root-filled. There are a few variations that you can take once you get there.

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: 0.4 miles

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Difficult

Open:
Open March 1 - October 15; 7 AM to 10 PM; October 16 - February 28 7 AM to 8 PM

1230 Paw Paw Drive, Holland MI 49423

About this Walking Path
Hike through the natural trials of the east end of the park to explore the wetlands restoration project.

As you climb a few hills, you'll see gorgeous flowers, cattails, and even an apple tree. Several bridges cross the river.

There's an 18-hole disc golf course alongside these trails.

Instead of heading east, you can go west and start at the small play structure.

These well-marked natural trails have signs along the way to teach you about the wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for frogs and monarch butterflies!

You might even catch a Rainbow Trout!

Trails on both ends of the park can be muddy and have obstacles like fallen tree limbs in your path.
Half-mile paved walking path.

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Easy

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
March 1 - October 15: 7:00AM - 10:00PM; October 16 through February 28: 7:00AM - 8:00PM

2215 Ottawa Beach Road, Holland MI 49424

About this Walking Path
Hike the sand dunes for some beautiful views!

The Holland Dune Trail is a 1-mile, out-and-back trail that takes visitors to the top of the Mount Pisguah sand dune.

You'll be greeted with awesome views of Lake Michigan, but the trail does not provide direct access to the water.

The trail includes stairs and goes along a wooded trail and connects to Holland's system of trails.

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: 1 mile

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Moderate

• Trails are Stroller-Friendly

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open all year, from 8 AM to 10 PM

6575 138th Ave, Holland MI 49423

About this Walking Path
Saugatuck Dunes State Park offers four different walking trail loops at varying lengths from 2.5 to 5.2 miles, several of which lead to the sandy Lake Michigan shoreline.

Hikes lead through beautiful pine forests & sandy hills with natural surfaces and they all end at an overlook of the lake.

These trails are also very dog friendly but note they are not allowed on the beach.

Be sure to check out the trail map before your hike as they may not be readily available at the trailhead.

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: 1.5 - 5.5 miles

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Moderate

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open daily during daylight hours.