EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 2020: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued a new emergency order that enacts a three-week pause targeting indoor social gatherings and other group activities in an effort to curb rapidly rising COVID-19 infection rates. Bars and restaurants will be open for outdoor dining, carry-out and delivery only. Gyms will remain open for individual exercise with strict safety measures in place. Casinos, movie theaters and group exercise classes will be closed. Outdoor dining and parks remain open. Individualized activities with distancing and face masks are still allowed: retail shopping; public transit; restaurant takeout; and more. For additional information, please visit michigan.gov.

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Hiking Trails

Lace up your walking shoes or hop on a bicycle and find your new favorite trail in Flint & Genesee. Miles of trails of varying lengths and terrain meander through tree-lined parks, quaint villages, and bustling downtowns. 

The 17-mile Flint River Trail, Flint & Genesee’s main hiking trail, is part of the Michigan Iron Belle Trail system and runs through downtown Flint north to Richfield County Park. The Chevy Commons Trail, transformed from a concrete industrial wasteland into a beautiful riverside green space, provides a vital link between the former Grand Trunk Western Railroad Genesee Valley Trail and the Flint River Trail. Flint & Genesee hiking trails offer four seasons of fun and adventure. Many hiking trails in Flint & Genesee are multi-use and paved to meet Americans with Disabilities (ADA) accessibility standards.