West Michigan’s Best Paved Biking Trails to Check Out This Summer
Michigan summers are best enjoyed outdoors and there is no better way to celebrate the season than biking along one of West Michigan's premiere biking trails.
See the best paved trails West Michigan has to offer!
Musketawa Trail is a 25-mile trail which runs from Muskegon to Marne. The popular trail includes large parking lots at the east and west trailheads. You will pass through the small towns of Conklin and Ravenna and multiple farms along the way. If a long, quiet ride is your style, this trail is for you.
This 20-mile path runs from Grand Haven State Park to Holland State Park. You'll wind along the rolling dunes of Lake Michigan and enjoy beautiful scenery as you battle the sun instead of traffic. Location makes the Lakeshore Connector Path a top choice.
The Muskegon Lakeshore Trail is a 12-mile trail marked with excellent scenery all along the way. The north end takes you through the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve while the south of the trail loops around Pere Marquette Park.
Kent Trails is a 15-mile path which begins on 84th St. in Byron Center and ends at Millennium Park in Grand Rapids. At the south end of the trail you'll find long, flat stretches. The north end takes you across the Grand River and into Millennium Park bringing a variety of scenery and riding options. The north end is also just a short ride from John Ball Zoo.