The Flushing Riverview Trail is a 1.4 mile non-motorized path that starts at the Main Street Bridge in the City of Flushing and meanders through the forest and wetlands along the Flint River.  The path includes a 72’ span bridge over Cole Creek, as well as a 200’bridge over the Flint River.

The project was funded by Federal Surface Transportation Enhancement Activities Fund through Michigan Department of Transportation and was a collaborative project between three municipalities, City of Flushing, Flushing Township and Genesee County Parks and Recreation.

You can enjoy the trail whether you are walking, cycling, fishing or just taking in the beauty of the river.

Crekview Trail

On April 23, 2018, the Flushing City Council awarded a contract to LJ Construction, Columbiaville, MI to complete a trail extension at the southwest corner of the city. The trail will link Winters Eave with Aberdeen Court/Lynn Street. This project will be the first development of Somerset Park, which was received by the City of Flushing back in the 1970s. 

The project will consist of constructing a 2,613 foot trail from Aberdeen Court/Lynn Street to Winters Eave. The trail will be composed of hot mix asphalt (HMA), concrete and boardwalk sections.

This project is funded by MDNR Trust Fund, Saginaw Watershed Initiative Network, Flushing Community Fund, the Riverview Trail committee and the City of Flushing.

trail extension picture from ROWE

Additional Information


Future Expansion
Future Trail (picture)

bridge in the fall
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