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The segment of Phase II that is currently funded for development is a 1.16 mile segment of paved trail in the Loon Lake Park area.
The trail segment will begin at Wild Cherry Lane/M-65 and end at Kokosing Road.
The trail is proposed for development in a series of seven phases, which will provide a non-motorized transportation connection between communities, schools, and many local and regional recreation destinations. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed by local trail advocates and stakeholders to help plan, fund, and develop and maintain this trail.
Map of IET Development Phases and Destinations Status of all IBT segments in Iosco County (May 2017)IET Concept Presentation (2014)Proposed IET Route (2014)Sunrise Side Pathway Feasibility Study (2001) Phase I - Feb 2017 Route Map and Estimated Costs The first phase of the IET is a proposed 2.8 miles of paved trail in Au Sable Township. and US-23, near Finish Line Park, and follow Mill St.