Kal-Haven Trail State Park
A section of the Kal-Haven Trail State Park – a 33.5-mile-long trail connecting Kalamazoo with South Haven – will close Monday, July 17, through at least early 2024 for enhancements that include resurfacing and bridge replacements, among other upgrades.
Throughout the duration of this project, the 14-mile trail section between South Haven and Bloomingdale will remain closed. The eastern half of the trail – from Bloomingdale east to the 10th Street trailhead in Kalamazoo – will remain open and available for use.
The Kal-Haven Heritage Trail project includes 31 exhibit panels that explore the natural and cultural history of the area. Using geo-locations, an accessible mobile app will alert users about nearby heritage sites. Get the app on Google Play or through a web browser at IWR.MSU.edu/KWT.
The two main trailheads are located at either end of the trail in Kalamazoo and South Haven. There are several other access points along the trail, including Bloomingdale and Grand Junction.
Before visiting a state park, boating site or trail, it’s always a good idea to check the latest closures due to weather-related events, planned improvement projects and repairs. Visit Michigan.gov/DNRClosures.
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