My husband and I walked the rural part of the trail on a Sat morning. We arrived around 10:30 AM and began our walk at the end of the greenway near the wastewater treatment plant. (Yes, it's stinky, but only for a brief while.) There was a port-a-john at the trailhead, but there are no other restroom facilities until you get to Clawson-Burnley Park. We actually used the facilities at the swim complex across from the park, so this is an option as well. There were port-a-johns along the greenway as you approach the park, but why use those if you can go into the swim complex? The trail was fairly crowded on a Sat morning; perhaps it would be less so during the week. As others have noted, cyclists ride quite fast, so you have to watch out. This is not a loop trail, so you turn around and go back the way you came. I highly recommend the more rural part of the trail. It was very pleasant, with both sunny and shady areas, numerous benches and picnic tables.
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