Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Grand Haven area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Grand Haven, Michigan

Grand Haven, Michigan map area

Grand Haven, Michigan

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148th Ave Multi-Use Path

168th Ave Multi-Use Path

180th Ave Multi-Use Path

Beacon Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Comstock Road Multi-Use Path

Ferris Street Multi-Use Path

Ferrysburg Path

Fruitport Road Mulit-Use Path

Grand Haven Waterfront Trail

Lakeshore Drive Multi-Use Path

Lakeside Trail

Leonard Road Multi-Use Path

Mill Point Park Trail

North Bank Trail

North Shore Road Multi-Use Path

Rosy Mound Natural Area Trails

Savidge Street Multi-Use Path

Spring Lake Road Multi-Use Path

Taft Road Multi-Use Path

Waverly Avenue Multi-Use Path


Regional Trails

Grand Haven is located in Ottowa County in Eastern Michigan, about 28 miles west of Grand Rapids. Ferrysburg is located just to the north of Grand Haven and Sping Lake is to the northeast. The three cities are situated along the Grand River, Spring Lake and the shores of Lake Michigan. The cities are situated along the Grand River as it enters Lake Michigan.

There are numerous recreational trails in the Grand Haven, Ferrysburg & Spring Lake area. These are pathways along the river, along abandoned railroad right-of-ways or running alongside major roadways.

Grand Haven Waterfront Trail

The Grand Haven Waterfront Trail is a paved pathway located along the Grand River as it flows into Lake Michigan. The trail extends for over 3 miles from Grand Haven State Beach to the Harbor Island Peninsula. The paved pathway is a great place to take a stroll along the river to watch the boat, walk out on the pier or to get down to the beach along Lake Michigan.

The Grand Haven Waterfront Trail goes by the following points of interest: the Grand Haven Pier, Grand Haven State Park, Grand Haven State Beach, Mulligans Hollow Park, Lighthouse Connector Park, the parks along S. Harbor Drive, Grand Haven Municipal Marina and Harbor Island.

North Bank Trail

The North Bank Trail is a 5-mile long paved pathway that extends from the west edge of Spring Lake to 130th Avenue. It intersects with pathways that follow alongside the major roadways of Fruitport Road and 148th Avenue and also connects to the Lakeside Trail. This system of trails provides a way for residents on the east side of the cities to get down to the waterfront area.

Lakeside Trail

The Lakeside Trail is a system of paved pathways allow residents and visitors to ride or walks aroung Spring Lake. The paths follow Spring Lake Road and Fruit Port Road. The path then connect to the North Bank Trail for those that wish to make a loop.

Lakeshore Drive Path

The Lakeshore Drive Path is a 9-mile long paved path that runs alongside Lakeshore Drive to the south of Grand Haven. The north end of the trail is located at Robbins Road and the south end is at Croswell Street near Port Sheldon. Trail users can use Crosswell Street to connect to the 8.5-mile long paved pathway along Lakeshore Drive that extends down to Port Sheldon and then as far south as Holland State Park on Lake Macatawa.

Rosy Mound Natural Area

The Rosy Mound Natural Area is located on Lakeshore Drive on the the south side of Grand Haven. The natrual area is siturated on the shores of Lake Michigan. There are paved and unpaved pathways, boardwalks, stairways and piers at the area for exploring the natural surroundings. Rosy Mound Natural Area also has parking, restrooms picnic tables, interpretive signs and beautiful views of Lake Michigan. There are fees associated with the use of the natural area.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about recreational trails in Grand Haven, Ferrysburg & Spring Lake, 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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