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The Detroit Greenways Coalition is working to connect with the Downriver Linked Greenways trails. Connections are underway along Fort Street and Schaefer roads between Detroit and River Rouge.
Land and water trails connect where the Fort Street Bridge crosses over the Rouge River in Southwest Detroit. Explore the rich history of the area known as the birthplace of the Arsenal of Democracy and the Heart of the Industrial Revolution.
The Huron River Water Trail is a 104-mile inland paddling trail that connects to the southern end of the Detroit Heritage River Water Trail.
The I-275 Metro Trail is a 40-mile highway trail from Northville to New Boston where it connects to the Downriver Linked Greenways at Lower Huron Metropark.
The Lower Rouge River Water Trail is a 27-mile inland paddling trail connecting to the Detroit Heritage River Water Trail at Zug Island.
Monroe County land trails include the Mark Worrell, River Raisin Heritage and Munson Park Trails.
A series of water trails in Eastern Lake Erie and connecting waterways.
Southeast Michigan ParkFinder allows you to explore recreational opportunities across the seven-county region, including parks as well as hiking, biking, and water trails.
The Belle Isle Paddle traverses around one of the oldest and largest urban parks in the Unites States - keep your eyes out for freighters on the east side of the island!
Plan to spend the entire day exploring Belle Isle, Detroit's beautiful 982-acre urban state park by land and water. You must have some kayak experience to circumnavigate this island park due to the quick current of the Detroit River. Pick a date now to plan your adventure exploring the outskirts of the Detroit skyline by boat or by bike.
The centerpiece of the Woodhaven Trail is Civic Center Park. The park includes many walking trails connecting 71 acres of parkland, playscapes, ball fields, community center, splash pad, dog park and more.
A loop from GI Waterfront Park around Stony Island returning via the hole-in-the-wall.