Kal-Haven Trail State Park

10th Street, Kalamazoo trailhead, Baily Street, South Haven trailhead,
South Haven, MI 49090
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Open Year-Round
The 33 mile former railroad bed has a limestone/slag surface. Linking the city of South Haven to the city of Kalamazoo the trail crosses over bridges, passes through small towns and by points of historical interest.

The Kal-Haven Trail is a preferred destination for those who enjoy hiking, biking, cross county skiing and snowmobiling. There is an 11 mile parallel section where horses are allowed. The staging area for horses is at 67th street and Baseline.

Designated a Pure Michigan® Trail in 2020.
Kal-Haven Trail runs 34 miles along an old railroad bed. It connects Kalamazoo to South Haven.
Heritage sign along Kal-Haven Trail State Park near the Black River covered bridge
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