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Fred Meijer White Pine Trail Maps, Photos and Information





The Fred Meijer White Pine Trail is a linear state park that winds its way from Grand Rapids to Cadillac, offering natural scenery and several stops at cities along the way. The trail is maintained by local governments and Michigan's Department of Natural Resources.

The paved section from Comstock Park to Rockford to Sand Lake offers scenic views of the Rogue River, historic bridges, farmland, and cities in between. The paved section from Big Rapids to Reed City offers pretty views of rolling hills, farms, and lots of trees.

The section between Cadillac, Tustin, and LeRoy is paved and passes through wooded areas and past farmland. The trailhead in Tustin is close to the Pine River Museum.

The non-paved sections can be very challenging for bicyclists, especially north of Howard City and south of Big Rapids.

The southern part of the trail can be reached in Grand Rapids from the paved trail that winds through Riverside Park and leads to Park Street. The White Pine Trail starts about a half of a mile to the west, on the north side of Park Street.

Snowmobiling on the trail is allowed north of Rockford to Cadillac. The Russell Road Staging Area, north of Rockford, has a large parking lot and trail access. Snowmobiling is very popular around Reed City, where the White Pine Trail meets the Pere Marquette Trail.













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