Shiawassee River Heritage Trail


Shiawassee River Heritage Water Trail of Genesee County, Michigan

Hiking and/or canoeing the Shiawassee River Heritage Trail

Trail Distance:

  • Sites 1-3 (7 miles)
  • Sites 4-7 (7 miles)
  • Sites 7-9 (5 miles)
  • Sites 10-11 (4 miles)
  • Sites 11-12 (7 miles)

Trail Difficulty:

Moderate

Trail Description:

The Shiawassee River is a shallow, slow moving stream which features an "Up North-Close by" view of nature starting from the old water works building in the Village of Holly and traveling seven river miles downstream through an unspoiled natural landscape to Strom Park in the City of Fenton. Travel another seven miles down river as it continues to wind through Fenton's parks, Lake Ponemah, Tupper Lake, and Linden Mill Pond. The river becomes more secluded and wild past Historic Linden wonding for eight miles through wetlands and woods into Argentine.

Download the information pamphlet on Shiawassee River Water Trail

Click here to read more information about this trail and surrounding areas

Click here to view the map

Click here to read more information about the river and another map

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Permission and information sources are from Contributers to this Web Site, the Department of Natural Resources, Michigan.gov, National Park Service, and the USDA Forest Service.

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