The 26-mile Musketawa Trail is a slice of pure Americana. It’s a peaceful, comfortable ride or run past quintessential farms with plenty of birds, butterflies and natural beauty to keep you entertained along the way.
Set against the backdrop of rural Michigan, your journey takes you through small country towns and wide expanses of cornfields, marshes and shady woodlands. The trail features 13 wooden trestle bridges plus a large observation deck overlooking the Crockery Creek near Ravenna. The entire length of the trail is paved with asphalt. The trail is open to hiking, running, biking and equestrian use during the warm seasons and snowmobiling and cross-skiing during the winter. The Musketawa Trail runs from southeast Muskegon to Walker (northwest of Grand Rapids).
Muskegon State Park
3560 Memorial Drive
North Muskegon MI, 49445
Length: 26 Miles
Terrain: Small country towns, wetlands, farmlands, woodlands, wooden trestle bridges.