Take a virtual tour of over 140 miles of mid-Michigan's waterways and trails with Tri-County's Virtual Trail Explorer!
The map below offers a panoramic view of several regional trails, including the Middle Grand River Water Trail, the Red Cedar River Water Trail, the Lansing River Trail, the Clinton County portion of the Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail, and other local hiking and biking trails. Hover over the name of the trail on the left side of the viewer to focus the map on the selected trail, or click the trail name to jump directly to the 360-degree view. Look for land trails highlighted in green and water trails in blue.
Want a different way to plan your trip? Visit the image galleries on our water trail and trails network landing pages to visually explore launches and access sites, trail heads, and more.
The trail explorer may not have full functionality when used on a mobile device.
By using the Tri-County Virtual Trail Explorer, you agree not to hold the creators of this map liable for any loss, damage, or injury that may occur because you used this information.
All information on the interactive map and trail explorer is subject to change. It is not a substitute for your use of reasonable care or up-to-date knowledge of trail conditions. Make your own evaluation of the trail route, water, current, portages, weather, and hazards. Be sure you are informed on trail safety and plan routes appropriate for your skills.
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Looking for a Specific Trail?
The Virtual Trail Explorer only includes a selection of the many trails available throughout the Greater Lansing region and may be expanded to include more in the future. If you have a trail in mind to map, let us know, and we can navigate the process together.