Musketawa Trail in Marne, MI

Park Managed by Ottawa County

About Musketawa Trail in Lakeshore Area
15295 8th Avenue, Marne MI 49435
Park Website
check mark 40x40 navy blue Open: Open all year
check mark 40x40 navy blue Stroller-Friendly? Yes, all or most areas
check mark 40x40 navy blue Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
The Musketawa Trail is perfect for any mode of transportation - your feet, a bike, skis, snowmobiles, rollerblades, or even a horse!

There are several trailheads if you want to shorten the trail, and many small towns along the way with fun stops for the kids.

This trail can be bumpy so leave the bike trailers at home.

900x40 divider line


Find More Playgrounds 1

ImageURL

The Walking Paths at Musketawa Trail
The 25-mile long trail is wide and paved, with wide gravel shoulders.

Several trailheads are available and a few observation decks meet you along the way.

Hiking Trail Details
check mark 40x40 navy blue Trail Difficulty: Moderate
The Musketawa Trail runs between Marne and East Muskegon.

Hikers and bikers will pass through orchards, farms and woods throughout their hike. Plus you can see 13 railroad trestles over Crockery Creek!

The historical center of the trail is Ravenna. The Friends of Musketawa Trail installed a 100-year old rebuilt railroad water tower, railroad signs and signals and metal arts bike rack and a railroad caboose.

Hike or bike through open farmland to East Muskegon and connect to the Laketon Trail and then on to the Muskegon Lakeshore Trail.

Stop at Pere Marquette Park off the Muskegon Lakeshore Trail to check out the beach, lighthouse, boating and the WWII submarine Silversides.

Catch a ferry and travel across Lake Michigan to Milwaukee, Wisconsin!

A newer, paved seven mile extension, the Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail, goes from Marne eastward to Walker and will eventually connect to the Fred Meijer White Pine Trail.

The trail is asphalt, but can be bumpy.

ImageURL

Facilities at Musketawa Trail
Portable restrooms are available at the parking areas.

What's Unique About Musketawa Trail?
The trail got its start as the Muskegon, Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad in 1886.

Musketawa Trail Features & Amentities
Accessible, Dog Friendly, Free Admission, Good for Rollerblading, Hiking Trails, Paved Walking Path, Paved Bike Path, Picnic Tables

ImageURL

ImageURL

Find More Hiking Trails
Find More Biking Trails
Things to do in Grand Rapids Banner

craigs cruisers 2020 mobile