Overview: Out-and-back, mainly shared use pathways and bike lanes, views of the river, passes through numerous parks

Time: 90 minutes

Distance: 16-miles out-and-back

Level: Easy

Trail Surface: Asphalt/Concrete

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Amenities - Restrooms, Drinking Fountain, Bike Repair Station, Lodging, Campground, and Food

The majority of the bike ride consists of OFF-ROAD TRAILS and SIDEPATHS. About 1-mile of the route is along a LOCAL ROAD ROUTE shared with motor vehicles and less than a mile is on a BUSY ROAD ROUTE with bike lanes.


  • Mostly off-road trails and shared use pathways with views of the river
  • Riverfront parks and beaches
  • Nearly 1.5 mile stretch along Marysville Riverfront with unrestricted waterfront views
  • Greig Park Imagination Station Playground & Nature Trail
  • Opportunity to extend your trip south of Greig Park to visit St Clair’s downtown waterfront and enjoy riverfront parks, dining and shopping
  • Opportunity to extend your trip north of Morton Park to access shopping and dining along Gratiot Avenue
  • Visit the St Clair Trail Town and Marysville Trail Town Page to learn more.

Parking and Trail Access

South End: Greig Park – 795 N Carney Dr, St Clair, MI 48079
Access the parking lot from Carney Drive. The trail is at the north end of the parking lot. Amenities include drinking fountain and restrooms. Overflow parking available at the St Clair BMX Skate Park just north of Greig Park where there are restrooms, drinking fountain and bicycle repair station.

North End: Morton Park – 560 Busha Hwy, Marysville MI, 48040
Access the parking lot from Busha Hwy/M-29. The trail is at the east end of the parking lot. Amenities include picnic pavilion, skate/bike park, and portable restrooms.

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