Nothing is better than a walk, bike ride, (or even winter snowshoe outing) along a scenic, natural trail. Unless, of course, that trail is connected to miles upon miles of other trails, all ripe for the exploring. That's why a huge part of our mission is not only to forge new paths, but to connect existing ones - bringing together the people and the places we love.
Our Existing Trails:
Bay County River Walk/RailTrail (17.5 miles through Bay City, Bangor Township, Bay City State Recreation Area, Hampton Township, and Portsmouth Township)
Bay City State Recreation Area (additional unpaved trails)
Fraser Township Rail Trail
Pere Marquette Rail Trail (30 miles from Midland to Coleman, with a loop around Chippewa Nature Center)
Chippewa Nature Center Trail
City Loop Trail
Saginaw Valley Rail Trail (11 miles from St. Charles to Saginaw Township's Center Road Bridge Path)
Saginaw Township George Olson Pathway
City of Saginaw Riverwalk
Kochville Township Multi-use Path
Zilwaukee Pathway: a paved route at western shore of Saginaw River at Zilwaukee Riverfront Park, winds heads north and west through residential neighborhoods to its end at Venoy Road.