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The Trail extends sixteen miles through central Oakland County and five towns.
The Trail passes through urban and rural settings as part of a planned cross-Michigan trail system.
The Trail features several different surfaces; this Rochester photo shows a crushed limestone trail surface.
Locate trailheads, parking, services and more with our trail map — now updated.
The annual Fall Classic event attracts participants and sponsors alike. Join us for a fun day on the Trail!
The new Orchard Lake Road crossing with HAWK beacon is now open, as is an improved crossing at Dequindre Rd.
The Clinton River is never far from the Trail, often with scenic overlooks and views.
Open 365 days a year from dawn to dusk; head out and get to know the Clinton River Trail!
NEXT MEETING: Thursday, January 28
FCRT usually meets on the last Tuesday of each month (except Nov./Dec) at the Auburn Hills Community Center (click here for directions). All are welcome!
Trail User Survey Results
Check out the results of our latest Trail User Survey. Thanks to all who participated; if you missed your chance, we will have another survey for you in the next year or so. Keep with FCRT for more info.
FCRT Annual Meeting, January 28, 2016, 7PM
Save the date! Join us for our Annual Membership Meeting and Open House. Norm Cox of The Greenway Collaborative is our guest speaker and we will have city representatives on hand with news about our Trail to share with you. Join us at the Auburn Hills Community Center.
User Survey Results
Annual Meeting Date