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Grand Haven Spring Lake Trail Network

The tri-cities of Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg have become a crossroads for trail riders with an extensive network of paved paths and bike lanes interwoven throughout these communities. Wherever you are in this area, you'll find trails nearby and easy connections to other local trails. Spend a sunny day or weekend exploring the area's beaches, bayous, lakes, rivers, parks, and local attractions by bike, brisk run or leisurely stroll. In Grand Haven, you'll find easy access to the Grand Haven Waterfront Trail at Grand Haven State Park and public parking areas along the waterfront.

Lakeside Trail

When you cross over the north side of the US-31 drawbridge, the trail system connects with the 15-mile Lakeside Trail, which encircles Spring Lake through the communities of Ferrysburg, Fruitport and Village of Spring Lake. Trails in the Village of Spring Lake also lead to the new North Bank Trail and the Grand River Greenway Trail with views of the Grand River.

North Bank Trail

The first 3.3 miles of the North Bank Trail was paved and opened to the public in 2011. Starting at Central Park, the trail travels through a scenic landscape of blueberry fields, woodlands and marshes. Friends of the North Bank Trail are currently raising funds and seeking grants to begin construction on the remaining 14.7 miles under development from Crockery Township to the Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail in Marne. When completed it will create a continuous non-motorized link between the lakeshore and the Grand Rapids area.

Spoonville Trail

On September 17, 2016, state and local officials cut a ribbon to officially open the first 1.8 miles of the Spoonville Trail. This first phase of the trail goes from North Cedar Drive to Leonard Road, crossing the Sgt. Henry E. Plant Memorial Bridge. The trail is named after a ghost town once located on the west side of the mouth of nearby Crockery Creek on the Grand River. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer (phase two) on two more miles of trail along Leonard Street and 112th Avenue to Nunica. When completed, it will create a link between the proposed North Bank Trail and Grand River Explorers Trail.

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Accommodations & Lodging
Holiday Inn Grand Haven & Spring Lake Holiday Inn Grand Haven & Spring Lake
940 W. Savidge Street
Spring Lake, MI 49456
1-866-945-0859
Web Link
Bicycle & Fitness Shops
Rock 'N' Road Cycle Rock 'N' Road Cycle
300 N. 7th Street
Grand Haven, MI 49417
(616) 846-2800
Web Link
Food/Restaurants/Ice Cream
Village Baker Village Baker
617 E. Savidge Street
Spring Lake, MI 49456
(616) 935-7312
Web Link
Trail Groups and Developers
Michigan Department of Natural Resources Michigan Department of Natural Resources
525 W. Allegan Street
Lansing, MI 48909

Web Link
Michigan Trails & Greenways Alliance Michigan Trails & Greenways Alliance
PO Box 27187
Lansing, MI 48909
(517) 485-6022
Web Link
West Michigan Trails & Greenways Coalition West Michigan Trails & Greenways Coalition
PO Box 325
Comstock Park, MI 49321
(616) 485-7805
Web Link
Tourist Information
Grand Haven Convention & Visitors Bureau Grand Haven Convention & Visitors Bureau
225 Franklin Street
Grand Haven, MI 49417
1-800-968-0897
Web Link
Ottawa County Parks Ottawa County Parks
12220 Fillmore St.
West Olive, MI 49460
(616) 738-4808
Web Link
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League of Michigan Bicyclists League of Michigan Bicyclists
416 S. Cedar Street, Suite A
Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 334-9100
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225 W. Washtenaw, Suite C
Lansing, MI 48933

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1860 E. Sternberg Road
Muskegon, MI 49444
1-888-960-2354
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3380 Pine Tree Road
Lansing, MI 48911
(517) 394-7500
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