Proposed pathway would hyperlink 15Ok+ acres of parks, recreation areas


A map included in a feasibility study conducted by civil engineering firm PEA Group for the Huron-Clinton Metroparks shows the final recommended route for a proposed link path between Brighton State Recreation Area, Huron Meadows Metropark, Island Lake State Recreation Area and Kensington Metropark in County Livingston.Captured from PEA Group’s Huron-Clinton Metroparks Feasibility Study


LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MI — Four major parks and state recreation areas may one day be united by a non-motorized trail in Livingston County that brings together more than 15,000 acres of pedestrian and bicyclist recreation.

Officials are in the early stages of planning the route that will connect Brighton State Recreation Area and Huron Meadows Metropark with Island Lake State Recreation Area and Kensington Metropark, which are already connected.