Fremont Town and Country in Fremont, MI

Hiking and Walking Trails Directory Grand Rapids

Hiking & Walking Trails – Grand Rapids & West Michigan

Hiking West Michigan is a snap – there are so many places to choose from, and so much beautiful scenery at each location that it makes it one of our top choices for outdoor things to do in West Michigan.

It’s easy to forget how lucky we are to live where we do. West Michigan has incredible scenery! And we have so many well-kept trails and state parks in our area with different things to see.

I have friends in other parts of the U.S. who miss their Michigan home, saying that all the trails where they live are all the same, and not as varied or well-kept as in Michigan.

Don’t wait to experience Michigan in all four wonderful seasons on a trail near you.

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Most of these walking trails are free (some charge a small fee or a parking fee). We’ve checked a lot of these hiking trails off of our list and can’t wait to add some more before the year is over.

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About Fremont Town and Country in Northern Michigan
955 Cottage Grove Ave, Fremont MI 49412
Park Website
Open: Open all year
Stroller-Friendly? Yes, all or most areas
Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Fremont Town and Country Trail connects the north end of Fremont with Fremont Lake Park and to the Fremont Industrial Park.

It is a growing trail that will eventually connect 12 communities through 80 miles of paved pathways.

It is perfect for family walks or bike rides, as parks and stops are available along the trail.

Good entry points are Fremont Lake Park, Branstorm Park and Locust Street Staging Area.


The Walking Paths at Fremont Town and Country
Trail is paved, fairly level and good for beginners.

The 5.5 mile Town & Country Path currently starts at the north end of Fremont and circling in and around west and southerly to Fremont Lake Park and then westerly to the Fremont Industrial Park.

There's one section that connects Branstrom Park with Daisybrook and Pathfinder Elementary Schools and another section connecting the new Skate Park with Fremont Lake Park.

Fremont Town and Country Features & Amentities
Dog Friendly, Free Admission, Good for Rollerblading, Paved Walking Path, Paved Bike Path

West Michigan Walking Trails and Hiking Map

We’ve taken a map of West Michigan and plotted favorite family walking trails, parks, and more on it to make it easier for you to find your next outdoor destination.

Use the map or look below for reviews on all of our best walking trails in Grand Rapids and beyond.

Find Walking Trails Near Me

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7 thoughts on “Fremont Town and Country in Fremont, MI”

  1. Be careful when going to aman park. You will need bug spray. Lots of mosquitoes!! Other than that highly recommended 🙂

  2. We went to the Calvin College Nature Preserve. I didn’t realize their trails were free and open until sunset. Grabbed fellow mom, Allison Hoogheem Kampmueller and her kids, and off we went! It was beautiful! Thanks for posting the info.

  3. We went to the Calvin College Nature Preserve. I didn’t realize their trails were free and open until sunset. Grabbed fellow mom, Allison Hoogheem Kampmueller and her kids, and off we went! It was beautiful! Thanks for posting the info.

  4. Mel – you have officially made my job easier at church as I plan out hikes for our high school students to train on before we head to Colorado. Muchas Gracias sister!

  5. This is so great. We’ve been looking for trails that are near and a little further.
    this is so helpful. thank you!

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