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Nice trail

The trail runs along the lake and is really nice. It went basically from my hotel all around the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Valparaiso, Indiana
Very Good Bike Trail.

This was probably one of the better bike trails that I've ridden on around the country. The... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Rev Johannes M
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The trail runs along the lake and is really nice. It went basically from my hotel all around the water way leading to the lake. I liked that I could ride to the beach park. It is off the road mostly so that is really...More

Thank MadDogTraveler
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was probably one of the better bike trails that I've ridden on around the country. The pavement was quite smooth with no cracks. There were quite a few long boardwalks. Path was at least six feet wide.

2  Thank Rev Johannes M
Reviewed May 27, 2018

We stayed at a hotel adjacent to the bike trail, and did some walking on the trail. It goes for miles, and would have been wonderful to explore more distance on a bike. Next time, we'll do that. From downtown Muskegon going north, it parallels...More

3  Thank Cello12345
Reviewed May 11, 2018

The areas of this trail that we have ridden extends from where the Milwaukee Clipper off is docked off Lakeshore Drive around Muskegon Lake to the Northern shore. Parts of this skirt an old railroad track and other areas go through the marshy area of...More

1  Thank Travnur
Reviewed April 8, 2018

The Muskegon Lakeshore is always changing as the area develops into a popular tourism destination. The last of the industrial sites are being demolished and cleared for new housing projects. So the vistas are bigger than ever. And now the downtown has a number of...More

Thank lookforbest
Reviewed October 2, 2017

you'll love taking this bike trail and enjoying the excellent views. it is one of the best in Michigan. The state has great campsites and bike trails..

Thank Nurseontgeroad
Reviewed October 2, 2017

This trail travels through several cities. It's paved and has easy access. Stop by the little shops in Lakeside on your way to Lake Michigan. There are good restaurants in the downtown Muskegon area right on the trail.

Thank greenjackie
Reviewed September 28, 2017

This trail is perfect for biking, walking, or running. With amazing views of the lake and nature, you will feel at peace. Very friendly people along the way. Love looking at the swans and ducks swim.

1  Thank littlevalleydr
Reviewed August 23, 2017

I ride this trail all summer long. Its never too congested. Most of the trail you have a view of Muskegon lake.

Thank Joshua W
Reviewed July 27, 2017

The Muskegon Bike Trail is a paved bike trail hat runs through Muskegon to Lake Michigan. Most of it is off the road, and the part that is on the road is a bike lane. I felt very safe riding alone.

1  Thank cyclst8
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October 5, 2016|
Response from carri k | Reviewed this property |
there are different types of bikes that people with disabilities can ride. there are trikes with hand or foot pedals. this trail doesn't provide any bikes if that's what you're looking for.
August 22, 2016|
Response from carri k | Reviewed this property |
Whitehall Rd runs through. we took 131 to 120, but you're closer to whitehall. We used Google maps. you can turn on the bike layer and it will show you the path. Due to Michigan construction your best bet would probably be... More
Julie D
July 8, 2016|
Response from Laura E | Reviewed this property |
You start at pier Marquette and then you ride past Muskegon lake! You go past downtown which you could stop there You pass the lakeside emporium which is our local candy shop! And max and Marleys a really good local... More