Websites and Links

Below you will find an extensive list of links to websites.  If you have a link to add please send it to us.  We would certainly appreciate a reciprocal link to our website!  If you find that a link does not work or is incorrect please inform us of the issue.


Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Other Michigan Trail Websites

Fred Meijer Heartland Trail
Musketawa Trail
Paul Henry Thornapple Trail
Cadillac Winter Promotions
Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance


Outside of Michigan Trails
Ohio - Dayton  
Miami Valley Trails

Michigan Campgrounds - - 
Cedar Springs   
Lakeside Camp Park   (616) 696-1735      
Take 17 mile rd west miles then south on White Creek Ave 1/2 mile - limited availability
13677 White Creek Ave   Cedar Springs   49319   
Cedar Springs 
Duke Creek Campground           (888) 656-2115
15190 White Creek Ave,   Cedar Springs   49319
Camp Thunderhawk Campground   (231)937-5620
4261 Bass Lake Road, Pierson, Michigan, 49339

Mecosta Pines Campground     (231) 856-4556

550 S. Tallcott, Morley, Michigan, 49336

Paris Park     (231) 796-3420           
Located at the site of the old Paris State Fish Hatchery, 40 wooded acres on the Muskegon River, 68 campsites nestled under a broadleaf canopy- adjacent to the White Pine Trail State Park.  Shaded picnic areas surround trout and waterfowl ponds.  With three cabins  
Mitchel State Park    (231) 775-7911

Mitchell State Park is a popular camping, fishing and boating destination.  The park is situated between Lake Mitchell and Lake Cadillac and provides an excellent opportunity to view a variety of wildlife.  A historic canal connects the two lakes and runs directly through the park


Parks Websites - - Adjoining City / County 
Kent County
Montcalm County
Mecosta County
Osceola County

Cedar Springs Area

Attractions Adjoining the Trail
Comstock Park
Fifth / Third Ballpark - - Home of the "White Caps

Partners In The Environment
Izaak Walton League - Grand Rapids Area - - 

Flowers of the White Pine Trail
Dr.Ralph Crew's Flowers of the White Pine Trail -