Regional Multi-Use Trails

Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail

The Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail provides a vital link between the Musketawa Trail, the Fred Meijer White Pine State Trail, and trails within the City of Grand Rapids.  With this connection, trail users can explore a continuous trail network stretching from lakeshore communities, to urban Grand Rapids, north to Cadillac, and beyond.

Construction on the Pioneer Trail began in 2010. The trail runs from the eastern end of the Musketawa Trail to the intersection of Walker Ave and Four Mile Rd, then continues along 3 Mile Rd. from Walker Ave to Alpine Ave. After crossing Alpine, the trail follows a mix of highway right of way and easements on commercial property to reach West River Drive. Crossing West River, the route  continues north along abandoned railway until reaching Lamoreaux Memorial Park, with it connections to the Fred Meijer White Pine State Trail and the City of Grand Rapids’ Riverside Trail.

Trailheads for the Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail are at 8th Ave north of Garfield and Irwin Seating, on Fruitridge Ave., and at Lamoreaux Memorial Park. 

The Pioneer Trail is accessible to people with disabilities. The trail is predominantly level, mostly following abandoned rail lines and road right of ways, with some natural areas between.

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 Kent Trails more info
 Fred Meijer M-6 Trail more info
 Paul Henry Thornapple Trail more info
 Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail
 Trails managed by other agencies more info

Kent County Parks with Pioneer Trail Trailheads

Lamoreaux Memorial Park

3500 West River Dr
Comstock Park, MI 49321

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