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Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Lansing area

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

Lansing, Michigan map area

Lansing, Michigan

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Grand Ledge Riverwalk

Hawk Meadow Park Trails

Lansing River Trail

Nancy Moore Park Trails

Northern Tier Trail

Sharp Park Trails

Sycamore Trail

Valhalla Trail

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Regional Trails

Lansing is located in Central Michgan and is the state capital. The city is home to Michigan State University. The city is situated on Grand River and Sycamore Creek. Oher communities in the area include: East Lansing, Delhi Charter Township, Windsor Charter Township, Delta Charter Township and Meridan Charter Township.

Lansing River Trail

The Lansing River Trail is a 20-mile long paved trail system that extends into several parts of the city. A portion of the trail follows Grand River, another portion follows Sycamore Creek and still another leg of the trail travels through residential neighborhoods on the south side of town. The trail intersects with the Sycamore Trail at E. Jolly Road near N. Aurelius Road.

The Lansing River Trail goes past the following points of interest: Deitrich Park, Turner-Dodge House & Heritage Center, Turner Park, Adado Riverfront Park, Wentworth Park, River Street Park, Cooley Gardens, Elm Park, Trager Park, Potter Park Zoo, Red Cedar Natural Area, Municipal Park, Ralph W, Crego Park, Shubel Park, Carl. G. Fenner Arboretum, Shubel Park, Scott Woods Park, Hawk Island Park, Spartan Stadium, Michigan State University Campus, Munn Park, Benjamin F. Davis Park, Moores Park, Riverside Park and Frances Park.

Sycamore Trail & Vallhalla Park

The Sycamore Trail is a paved pathway on the south side of town. It extends from E. Jolly Road to W, Willoughby Road. At E. Willoughby Road, the trail connect to the Vallhalla Trail that goes through Vallhala Park and as far south as Holt Road.

 Northern Tier Trail

The Northern Tier Trail is a system of non-motorized paved pathways located in residential neighborhoods of East Lansing. the trail connects neighborhoods, schools, commecial areas and parks. There are 9 convenient parking areas for the trail. the trail wanders through forested area and connects to the following parks and schools: East Lansing Soccer Complex, Abbot Road Park, East Lansing Aquatic Center, Northern Tail Dog Park, East Lansing Softball Complex, Whitehills Park, Whitehills Elementar School

Grand Ledge Riverwalk

The Grand Ledge Riverwalk is a 1.4-mile long pathway that follows alongside the Grand River in the town of Grand Ledge to the northwest of Lansing. The trail spans between Eaton County Park and Jaycee Park and includes a bridge over to Island Park.


Resources

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


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.

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