Take a Trip Along the Red Cedar River

Canoe the Red Cedar River Image

The Red Cedar River is a tremendous water resource, stretching from Livingston County to the Grand River in Lansing. With a watershed of approximately 472 square miles, it provides many opportunities for recreation, education, nature observation and serves as an important drain way for the communities along the way.

Experience the 23 mile - 14 hour Red Cedar River Water Trail from Williamston Township to the Grand River confluence and Cherry Hill Boat Launch in Lansing. 

Take a short ride on the river in Meridian Township along 4.8 miles of river trail from Harris Nature Center to Ferguson Park. This 3 hour trek allows you to discover what 'On the Banks of the Red Cedar River' phrase is all about in Meridian Township.

Meridian Riverfront Park Water Trail Image

Experience the 23 mile - 14 hour Red Cedar River Water Trail from Williamston Township to the Grand River confluence and Cherry Hill Boat Launch in Lansing. 

Take a short ride on the river in Meridian Township along 4.8 miles of river trail from Harris Nature Center to Ferguson Park. This 3 hour trek allows you to discover what 'On the Banks of the Red Cedar River' phrase is all about in Meridian Township. 

Points of Interest: Meridian Riverfront Park, Harris Nature Center and Red Cedar Glen Preserve.

Ferguson Park Water Trail Map

Ferguson Park Points of Interest: Downtown Okemos, Wonch Park and Ferguson Park