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White Pine Trail State Park

Rockford, MI
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what a gift!

this trail is a great gift to have so close. it is paved, clean, and safe. the scenery along the... read more

Reviewed May 23, 2017
ta2dbtrfly
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Rockford, Michigan
Great place to walk your pupper

Living in Rockford, I would tend to lose track of time and end up miles down the White Pine Trail... read more

Reviewed April 27, 2017
Matthew B
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Grand Rapids, Michigan
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  • Excellent87%
  • Very good5%
  • Average8%
  • Poor0%
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“rogue river” (9 reviews)
“bike ride” (5 reviews)
“sand lake” (12 reviews)
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Rockford, MI
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Reviewed May 23, 2017

this trail is a great gift to have so close. it is paved, clean, and safe. the scenery along the different parts of the long trail changes. I do not like all the bicyclists which zoom silently by. I walk my dogs here, and i...More

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Reviewed April 27, 2017

Living in Rockford, I would tend to lose track of time and end up miles down the White Pine Trail. My poor teacup doggo would be panting and drooling, but it never stops him from trucking along! Bike riders, for the most part, are courteous,...More

Thank Matthew B
Reviewed April 11, 2017 via mobile

From riverside park, past the ball field, up to downtown Rockford. Burned enough calories to get ice cream or a beer.

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Reviewed March 13, 2017

We are so lucky to live in close proximity to the White Pine Trail State Park. This is a great trail and I frequently ride the paved route from Sand Lake to Downtown Grand Rapids.

Thank Laura F
Reviewed March 2, 2017

The white pine trail is a former railroad bed turned bicycle trail. this is a scenic ride with no steep grades to climb. there are both open and shady stretches. There are good places for food and drink along the way in Rockford, Cedar Springs...More

Thank Fred_49341
Reviewed February 14, 2017

Great bike trial. Have ridden from ballpark to Sand Lake very nice. Nice spots to stop and enjoy. No big hill only small grade changes.

Thank Joseph N
Reviewed February 6, 2017

White Pine Trail's is one of the highlights of Rockford, great to walk, jog, bike, fat tire bike, unicycle, etc. Superb views, awesome local businesses such as Rockford Brewing Co. right on the trail...

Thank Seth R
Reviewed January 18, 2017

Have ridden this trail from the Fifth-Third Ballpark to Rockford and back about 10 miles each way. Smooth paved surface, a few easy hills. Had a meal in Rockford lots of great places to eat there. Back total time a little over 2 hours. The...More

Thank Ronald W
Reviewed December 5, 2016

Starting on the north side of Grand Rapids at the North Park bridge over the Grand River, the White Pine trail goes ninety miles north to Cadillac, Mi. It is paved off and on. You can travel all the way to Sand Lake from Grand...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed December 1, 2016

Was back in town for a visit, and my friend and I always get together to get caught up by walking this trail from Belmont to Rockford and back. It is a beautiful trail with lots of nature, sometimes we come across deer. It is...More

Thank Joan C
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