Spend a Day on the Falling Waters Trail

The trail is an important community link that was built on an abandoned section of the Michigan Central Railroad.

The Falling Waters Trail gets its name from the region’s numerous lakes, rivers, and springs.

A Rich Native American and Railroad History

This area is full of birds and other wildlife.

The Falling Waters Trail Route

The Weatherwax trailhead has a Jackson County BCycle kiosk that allows anyone to rent a bike for a small fee for a few hours

Where to Get a Bike

For a bite to eat before you start the Falling Waters Trail, you can get coffee and a quick bite at Daily Grind & Food Hub near the intersection of Horton Road and Weatherwax Drive.

Where to Grab a Bite

At the Weatherwax trailhead of the Falling Waters Trail, the trail continues east as part of the Martin Luther King Equality Trail

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