The resort covers over 100 acres that are ideal for cross-country skiing and snowboarding. Lights are placed throughout the trails for evening runs during the holiday season.
Cross-country skiers can explore the blue and red trails that run throughout the park. Trails are well marked and well maintained to provide a safe and fun experience for everyone who visits.
The area includes a small lake and an elaborate system of trails. A dense forest full of maple, pine, and beech trees and rolling hills are the perfect environments for cross-country skiers.
Pigeon Creek Park in West Olive is one of West Michigan’s best-kept secrets. There are over 10 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails that travel through 282 acres of deciduous forests and old pine plantations.
The state park runs along 3 miles of Lake Michigan’s shoreline and offers a 10-mile network of trails that can be used for hiking or cross-country skiing.