BARRY-ROUBAIX PARKING FUNDRAISER EVENT FOR THORNAPPLE TRAIL ASSOCIATION ON APRIL 21, 2018 The Thornapple Trail Association will again be parking cars for the Barry-Roubaix gravel road race on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the lots across from or in front of the Ace Hardware Store, 200 S Boltwood St., Hastings, MI. The parking lots are […]
Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail Connecting Communities October 2017 Recently, Kent County Parks and Recreation completed their portion of the Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail to the Barry County line at 108th Street Caledonia. This finished segment opens the Thornapple Trail from 108th Street to 44th Street at Kentwood. Communities along the Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail are at various connecting […]
THANK-YOU BARRY-ROUBAIX RIDERS! The Thornapple Trail Association reserved parking at the Barry-Roubaix on March 25, 2017 was a big success! We parked at total of 125 vehicles between 7:30 and 10:45 AM in spite of the cold rain. Total earnings were $1775. This was matched by Hastings Ace Hardware! This will be used toward our annual […]
The ribbon cutting for the newest section of the Paul Henry -Thornapple Trail extension from Downtown Middleville to Crane Road will be August 20, 2016 at 10 am. The ceremony will take place at the new trail head on Railroad Street across from the Thornapple Emergency Services Building (128 High Street). On June 4, 2016, there […]
Spectrum Health Pennock Foundation approved the Thornapple Trail Association grant request for $20,000 to continue the expansion of the Paul Henry -Thornapple Trail. The priority of this trail is to bring the community outside, enjoying nature, being proactive in remaining physically fit while they age. The trail provides recreation for the entire community. Families love […]
Ribbon Cutting VFW Post 8260 Nashville section of the Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail June 4, 2016, 10 a.m. You are invited to join the Thornapple Trail Association and the members of the Nashville VFW Post 8260 celebrating the opening of a Nashville section of the Paul Henry-Thornapple Trail.The ribbon cutting is at the VFW Post 8260 at […]
The Village of Middleville has begun construction of a 0.9 mile section from the new pavilion on Main Street, Middleville going north to Crane Road. Click Here for details on our timeline and fundraising efforts for the completion of this project. You can donate online at HERE. View an MLive story about the project at HERE.