Saginaw Valley Rail Trail

Saginaw Valley Rail Trail

Saginaw Valley Rail Trail is 9.2-mile trail is a great choice for your year around recreation. The Saginaw Valley Rail Trail always beautiful, but especially so in autumn when fall foliage is reaching peak colors. The last half of the Saginaw Valley Rail Trail skirts the Shiawassee State Game Area, giving you access to some of the region’s best wildlife viewing.

Trail Activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Fishing, Wheelchair Accessible, Horseback Riding, Walking, Cross Country Skiing

Parking and Trail Access
To start in Saginaw, head south of town on State Route M-46. About 1.25 miles east of State Route M-47 turn right onto S. Center Road. Go 1.75 miles to Stroebel Road. Turn right and go 1.5 miles to the trailhead and parking lot (no facilities).

To start in St. Charles, from the stoplight downtown at Saginaw Street and W. Belle Avenue, go 1 block west on Saginaw to E. Water Street. Turn right and proceed 2 blocks to the trailhead and parking on the left.