Friends of the Fred Meijer Clinton Ionia Shiawassee Trail
PO Box 274
St. Johns, MI, 48879
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Voicemail: 989.224.8944 x 285
The Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail
Friends of the Fred Meijer CIS Trail. All rights reserved.
The trail is soft in places, so please be careful if you are riding a bike.
The Friends of the Fred Meijer CIS Trail is aware of the soft conditions of the limestone portion of the trail. We are working diligently, along with the Mid-West Michigan Trail Authority, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the Michigan Department of Transportation and County Road Commissions to determine the best course to follow to improve its condition.
Spraying has been suspended until Monday June 26, when they will spray from St. Johns to Ionia, depending on the weather. Although the product dries quickly, it is best to be avoided when wet. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Trail is open to all non-motorized uses year round.
Trail Length: 41.3 Miles
Trail Surface: 12 ft, packed crushed limestone with 8 miles of asphalt in towns
The Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail is a 41.3 mile, 12 ft. wide, packed crushed limestone, with 10 ft. wide asphalt surface in towns for a total of 8 miles of asphalt. It is non-motorized, non-equestrian, trail located in mid-Michigan in the counties of Clinton, Ionia and Shiawassee. It connects the communities of Ovid, St. Johns, Fowler, Pewamo and Muir/Lyons utilizing a former railroad corridor.
The trail parallels M-21 and traverses mostly rural areas and farming communities, but portions also run near Stoney Creek, Maple River and Grand River watersheds in Ionia County
The trail is owned by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and is managed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) with the Mid-West Michigan Trail Authority and maintained by volunteers of the Friends of the Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail.
The trail is part of the Midwest Regional Rail-Trail Network, joining on the western end with the Fred Meijer Grand River Valley Trail (Ionia to Lowell), the Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Trail (Lowell to Greenville), and the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail (Greenville to Edmore to Alma) for a total of 125 miles.