Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Flint area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Flint, Michigan

Flint, Michigan map area

Flint, Michigan

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Bicentennial Park Path

Black Creek Nature Trail

Blue Bell Beach Trail

Flint River Trail

Genesee Valley Trail

George Atkin Jr. Recreational Trail

Grand Blanc Road Multi-Use Path

Jewett Trail Multi-Use Path

Southern Links Trailway

Trolley Line Trail



Bay City

Regional Trails

Flint is located in Genesee County in Eastern Michigan, about 54 miles northwest of Downtown Detroit. The city is situated on the Flint River and Swartz Creek. Flint is home to Kettering University and the University of Michigan - Flint. Other communities in this area include: Genesee Charter Township, Clio, Burton, Grand Blanc, Davison, Flint Two and Swartz Creek.

There are several recreational trail systems in the Flint area for bike riding, walking, running, enjoying the outdoors and getting about town.

Flint River Trail

The Flint River Trail is a system of paved pathways that extend for over 6 miles through the middle of the city. The trail travels through the parks and natural areas along the Flint River. The route extends from S. Ballenger Highway and Sunset Drive to E. Pierson Road. Another branch of the trail heads south to a point near Mott Community College.

The Flint River Trail goes by the following points of interest: McLaren Flint Hospital, Kettering University, University of Michigan - Flint, Mott Community College, Kearsley Park and Whaley Park.

Genesee Valley Trail

The Genesee Valley Trail is a 6-mile paved pathway located on the west side of Flint. The trail extends from Linden Road to Kellar Park on Hammerberg Road. The Genesee Valley Trail intersects with the Flint River Trail at N. Chevrolet Avenue to create a trail system that stretches through much of the Flint area. There is also a path from Hammerberg Road that leads to a pedestrian bridge that crosses over Interstate 69 to reach Southwestern High School and Lincoln Park.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in Flint, Michigan.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Michigan

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Michigan.

Visit our map showing the State and Regional Trails in Michigan

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