Cascade Pedestrian Pathways Map and Information
Paved trails, sidewalks, and a bike route form the Cascade Pedestrian Pathways, a well-used trail system in Cascade Township.

Several parks are accessible from the Pathways, including Cascade Township Recreation Park, Leslie Tassell Park, Thornapple Valley Lions Park, and Ada Township Park.

The trail system also passes near some historic locations: Cascade Township Hall (1898), Cascade Christian Church (1864) and Ada Covered Bridge (1867).

More About Cascade

Cascade Township is a suburb of Grand Rapids. Most of the shopping and restaurants in Cascade are located along Cascade Road and 28th Street, near I-96.

Cascade Township was established in 1848, and while the majority of the buildings in the community are modern structures, an historic spot remains from Cascade's early days. The original Cascade Township Hall was built in 1898, and the well-maintained building is located at 2839 Thornapple River Drive. The white building is bordered by beautiful flowers and features an historical maker that describes its significance.

Pictures of the Cascade Township area and the trail system.

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