Ken-O-Sha Park

Wyoming, MI
Length: 3.00 mi.
Type: Out & Back

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Ken-O-Sha Park is located adjacent to Ken-O-Sha Elementary and is a trailhead for the Plaster Creek Trail. The paved out and back trail begins at Ken-O-Sha Elemantary parking lot and stretches 1.5 miles to Eastern Avenue. Branching off the paved trail are 3 miles of single track natural surface trails that wind through  beautiful wooded areas along the Plaster Creek. Because of the tight turns and rough terrain, this area is known for mountain biking, but you will rarely see them.  You’ll want to keep the littlest hikers close due to steep drop offs along the creek. Please note the Plaster Creek Trail is stroller-friendly, but the offshoot natural surface trails are not.

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Trail Features

Surface type Mixed
Carrier needed No
Stroller friendly Yes
ADA accessible Yes
Water fountains No
Bathrooms No
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store Yes
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles

Trail highlights

Creek / River

After about 1/4 mile on the Plaster Creek Trail, you’ll see a yellow marker on the right. Take that to the bridge to get to the other side of the creek. From there you’ll find wood beams to balance and climb on. Beyond that there are several makeshift bridges along the way to cross.

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