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We've enjoyed the River Walk for years, participating in events, walking to the market, riding bikes and much more. It is a fun way to get some exercise and have a destination like going to Old Town for a pizza or some ice cream.
I love the idea of urban biking and walking trails and I especially love the movement to connect various small communities through these trails. The River Trail takes you through some historic areas and some amazing urban greenspace. The boardwalk is in pretty decent shape,...More
I ran daily on this trail sometimes to the Library and sometimes to the mall and I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the trail, The colorfu rock garden and the gym in the middle of a sunny area (when you take a left...More
The Lansing River Trail is extensive, and caters to bike riders and walkers alike. You can inline skate on parts of it, other areas can be muddy after flooding from spring rains. The walk from Aurelius Road to Kalamazoo Street in East Lansing is a...More
My husband and I were in Lansing for his conference in the month of April. I took my bicycle, hoping I could drive to a spot where I could ride my bike while he was in meetings. The staff at our hotel pointed out the...More
A nice path for biking with planked boards along much of it and a water view. However, there will be small groups of individuals hanging out under overpasses and in areas which aren't easily seen, smoking marijuana and carrying on at all hours. Go with...More
The Lansing River Trail has a great website, with a clear, informative map. We stared in Maguire Park, off Aurelius Road. Parking was available there, including a port-a-potty restroom. The trail was smooth and wide, with two lanes. Some sections were wooden boardwalks, others smooth...More