Michigan has generous e-bike laws and a lot of beautiful natural environments to enjoy. So, let's take a look at some of the best trails to enjoy on vacation here.
Lansing River Trail
The Lansing River Trail runs for 7 miles between Michigan State University and North Lansing along the banks of the Red Cedar and Grand Rivers. Afterward, you can enjoy a spur extending for more than a mile upstream along the Grand River.
Along the trail, there are a wide variety of diverse natural habitats, beautiful woodland bridges, and water views to enjoy, as well as a variety of other activities such as fishing and inline skating if you want to try something new. If you still want some more trails to enjoy afterward, the Lansing River Trail links to several other city parks.
The Leelanau Trail is a 17-mile paved off-road route that runs alongside the last of the country's former railroad corridors. In addition to being able to enjoy your e-bike's speed to the fullest along the way, you will enjoy many picturesque views of forests, farms, lakes, and vineyards.
The trail passes for three-quarters of a mile through the DeYoung Natural Area, then past a lakeside viewing platform, and finally onto the Cedar Forest Trail, where you can observe a beautiful hardwood conifer swamp with views of an open field meadow.
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