Ted Black Woods Park

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This used to be called Van Atta Woods.

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Van Atta Woods

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This is now called Ted Black Woods Park.

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Northern Tier Hike/Bike Trail

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North Meridian Road Park

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Lansing River Trail

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  • 42.715954, -84.512402
  • 42.750622, -84.555315

Lansing River Trail is a multiple use, non-motorized trail approximately 13 miles (21 km) long. It runs along the Grand River and the Red Cedar River between Michigan State University and Dietrich Park in northern Lansing.

The trail has a western extension that begins where it splits off at River Point park just south of downtown Lansing and ends in Moores Park. The River Trail South stretches along Sycamore Creek from Potter Park to Maguire Park in southeast Lansing. The stretch from Hawk Island County Park to Maguire Park was completed in 2008.

The River Trail is also home to a number of special events, including the Common Ground Music Festival, the Annual Mayor’s Walk, Michigan Run, the Capital City River Run and a number of other city-sponsored activities.

The trail is currently being extended into Delhi Township to connect with an existing trail in Holt, as well as east to west across south Lansing.

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Lakelands Trail State Park

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  • 42.444362, -83.788190
  • 42.444761, -84.180047

Also known as Lakelands Linear State Park.

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Lake Lansing Park – North

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Lake Lansing Park North is a public park in Haslett, Michigan covering about 410 acres (1.7 km2). The park entrance is located at 6260 East Lake Drive across from the Lake Lansing boat launch. There are several trails for hiking in the spring, summer and fall months, and cross country skiing in the winter.

Park North was completed in 1986 as part of a rejuvenation project on the Lake Lansing area, starting when Lake Lansing Park South, a sister park across the lake consisting mainly of a beach and picnic grounds, was purchased by Ingham County in 1974. According to the Ingham County Parks Department, roughly 450,000 people visit the Lake Lansing parks a year, with over 90% coming from the Lansing metropolitan area.

Facilities

In addition to the trails, Park North has picnic grounds, a softball diamond, horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball courts, a cross country ski rental shop open during the winter, and two playgrounds. There are also three shelters constructed around the park that can be reserved for events. Depending on the shelter, they can hold between 60 and 240 people.

There are three full hiking and skiing trails and two cutoff trails that cover approximately 5.3 miles (8.5 km) total according to the Ingham County Parks office. They are mostly wooded with a few boardwalks across marshy areas. Dogs must be on leash. On top of the current 410 acres (1.7 km2), a Michigan Department of Natural Resources grant is expected to acquire an additional 120 acres (0.49 km2) for Park North.

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Hayhoe River Trail

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  • 42.5823249,-84.4464673
  • 42.596494, -84.451278

Also known as Haehoe River Walk.

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