The Kal-Haven Trail is usable for all non-motorized bicycles, hiking, cross country skiing and snowmobiling when there is a 4-inch snow base.
Video courtesy of Trails of Michigan
Kal-Haven Trail State Park is a 34-mile crushed limestone path connecting South Haven and Kalamazoo. The trail meanders through wooded areas, past farm lands and over rivers and streams. Trail highlights include a camelback bridge and covered bridge. Trails are great for cross-country skiing, hiking and biking. There is an 11 mile parallel section where horses are allowed. The staging area for horses is at 67th street and baseline.
10th Street, Kalamazoo trailhead
Baily Street, South Haven trailhead
South Haven, MI 49090
Phone: (269) 674-8011
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