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The Betsie Valley Trail is 22 miles long and extends from Frankfort through Elberta and Beulah to Thompsonville in Benzie County Michigan.

The entire trail is excellent for bicycles and pedestrian use.

Pets are permitted on most parts of the Trail as long as they are on a leash and under control. Pets (except leader dogs) are not permitted on the portion of the Trail between Mollineaux Road and Beulah.

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Greetings! On #GivingTuesday, I’m happy to report our Trail has been a source of recreation, exercise and a refuge for many of us through a year during which we’ve had to sacrifice so much.

Our long term plans are robust and the future is very bright, but we simply can’t achieve our goals without your help. Please consider donating to the Trail today. --Jed Maker, Board President
Friends of the Betsie Valley Trail
betsievalleytrail.org/donate/
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Greetings! On #GivingTuesday, I’m happy to report our Trail has been a source of recreation, exercise and a refuge for many of us through a year during which we’ve had to sacrifice so much. 

Our long term plans are robust and the future is very bright, but we simply can’t achieve our goals without your help. Please consider donating to the Trail today.  --Jed Maker, Board President
Friends of the Betsie Valley Trail
https://betsievalleytrail.org/donate/
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Volunteer Spotlight on Bryce Dreeszen — BVT Superstar!

As an active cyclist in the community, Bryce Dreeszen had often ridden the Betsie Valley Trail with the Cherry Capital Cycling Club, so when the call came offering a spot on the Board of the Friends he eagerly accepted. That initial Board position in 2010 led to becoming Treasurer for… Read More »

Friends Install New Bench on the Trail Requested by Rollerbladers

“One day when we were doing some work on the trail,” explained John Rothhaar, Trail Care Coordinator, “I chatted with a couple of women who were rollerblading. They raved about how much they loved the trail, but also mentioned in passing how it was difficult to get from the River… Read More »

Volunteer Spotlight on Dan Remahl for His Decades of Service to the Trail

One of the important services the Friends provide is the distribution of trail maps to users on the trail. Over the past decade, one volunteer has kept those trail map boxes full all season long — and according to Dan Remahl’s copious records, he distributed 18,781 of them! When Dan… Read More »

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