Pigeon Creek Park Trails

Grand Haven, Michigan

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Just outside one of the West Michigan coastline’s most charming towns is one of the finest areas open for public use in southwestern Lower Michigan. The majority of runs are intended for families, ranging from beginner to more difficult, with a few toughies thrown in for good measure and even two lighted trails. (Trails are lighted nightly when conditions permit.) The trails are far enough from shore that the area is a prime candidate for huge lake-effect snowfalls. Surface quality: Groomed regularly. Single track set with trails for striding and skating.
Winter Trails: Michigan

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Winter Trails: Michigan

by William Semion (The Globe Pequot Press)

Just outside one of the West Michigan coastline’s most charming towns is one of the finest areas open for public use in southwestern Lower Michigan. The majority of runs are intended for families, ranging from beginner to more difficult, with a few toughies thrown in for good measure and even two lighted trails. (Trails are lighted nightly when conditions permit.)

The trails are far enough from shore that the area is a prime candidate for huge lake-effect snowfalls. Surface quality: Groomed regularly. Single track set with trails for striding and skating.

©  William Semion/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing
Nearby City: Grand Haven
Distance: 10
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Duration: Day trip
Trailhead Elevation: 620 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Topo Map: Pigeon Creek Park Trails Topographic Map
Guide Book: Winter Trails: Michigan Guide Book
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Trail Directions: View Guide

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Recent Trail Reviews

2/12/2018

Cross country skiing for the first time today with girlfriend. Trails were nice. Staff was very helpful. Would very highly recommend to everyone.

5/10/2011

As a mountain bike trail, I find this park has a nice flow. It's reasonably wide - wouldn't consider it a true single track - but for beginners it's a good trail to start with. More experienced riders can move through here at a nice pace. Not too hilly and even though it's also used for hiking, horseback riding, etc., I've never had a problem with other people using the trail while I'm riding my bike; seems to be room for everyone. I also cross-country ski here in the winter and it's great for the whole family. Overall, a nice park.

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