Traverse Ridge Trail

TART Trails is collaborating with SEEDS and the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy on a pilot program to construct .5 miles of sustainable single-track trail behind the Oleson Plaza. This trail is part of a

Vasa Pathway Improvements

TART Trails is working to implement new wayfinding and warming hut improvements at the Vasa Pathway. Located on state forest land, the Vasa Pathway features a series of loops (3K, 5K, 10K, 25K) that offer

TART Bayfront Improvement and Extension Project

Project Summary The planned 2023 MDOT reconstruction of Grandview Parkway between Garfield Avenue and Division Street provides opportunities for a better non-motorized network and community connections. What could take this project from good to great

Nakwema Trailway

The Nakwema (nah-KWAY-mah) Trailway spans over 45 miles, joining Charlevoix and Traverse City – in between and beyond. Nakwema, Ojibwe for “where paths connect,” follows long-ago established routes through the waters and woods of northwest

Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail

Active projects of the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail currently include Pathway To Good Harbor and the Glen Arbor Connector. Visit Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail to learn more.

Leelanau Trail Updates

Thank you to our Leelenau Trail Capital Improvement Funders & Project Partners: Go Farther Fund Dan and Marsha EdsonIn memory of Gordon & JoAnn Grapes, Mutual GasAl and Terry Hershey Funders & Project Partners $10,000+

Acme Connector Trail

The 1.8 mile Acme Connector will connect the TART Trail and Acme, providing safe access to businesses, existing trails, and recreation opportunities. The trail will connect the current TART Trail terminus at Bunker Hill Road

Buffalo Ridge Trail Project

The Buffalo Ridge Trail is a proposed 4.5-mile trail that connects the west and southwest areas of Traverse City. The Buffalo Ridge Trail is currently an almost 1.5 mile trail connecting The Village at Grand

Three Mile Trail Project

Connecting the Three Mile Trail to the cluster of school campuses south of Hammond Road has been a long standing and unfinished effort. Thanks to the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy’s recent establishment of the