Thursdays, 6:00 pm | FREE
Thursdays, February 6, 13, 16, 20 & 27; 5:00 – 6:00pm
Come walk with us! Thursday evening walks are:
- FREE to attend
- A fun way to explore the great outdoors
- Geared toward fitness but often include some local history, too
- Great for walkers of all ages and levels of fitness—and many routes are canine-friendly!
Click here to learn more about our monthly events as walks are held in a different location in or near Troy each week and routes typically cover 1.5 – 3 miles. We walk year-round, rain or shine—if storms are predicted, group will meet and walk indoors at Somerset Collection in Troy.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up below for weekly walking group information emails and to receive notification of location change or cancellation due to inclement weather.
February 6, 5pm: Clawson City Park
935 N. Custer Ave, Clawson (south of Maple, between Crooks & Livernois)
This week, head over to Clawson: meet in front of the skatepark and we’ll walk the woodchip trail around the park. Distance: 1.5 – 2.5 miles.
February 13, 5pm: Clinton River Trail & Bloomer Park
Clinton River Trail, 2nd Street Trailhead, Rochester (near where 2nd St becomes Letica Dr., just west of Elizabeth Street) Extra parking: Rochester Avon Recreation Authority, 500 E 2nd Street
From the 2nd St trailhead just outside downtown Rochester, we’ll head northwest on the Clinton River Trail, pick up the old canal trail for a bit and then continue on the beautiful riverside hiking trails of Bloomer Park. Distance: 1 – 3 miles.
February 20, 5pm: Innovation Hills Park
2800 W. Hamlin Road, Rochester Hills (north side of Hamlin, between Crooks & Adams)
A brand new park with lots of nature and tech to enjoy! We’ll walk the boardwalk and check out the water features, plus follow a paved path that glows at night. Distance:1 – 3 miles.
February 27, 5pm: Stage Nature Center Trails
6685 Coolidge Hwy, Troy (west side of Coolidge, between South Blvd. & Square Lake Road)
Discover the beauty of marsh lowlands, upland forests, grassy knolls and thickets. Listen for the calls of native birds and be soothed by the calming sounds of the Rouge River headwaters as they trickle over rocks near the trails. Distance: approximately 2 miles.