Border to Border Trail

Check out the new Border to Border Trail website, b2btrail.org.

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Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission (WCPARC) has led the multi-agency effort to develop the Border to Border Trail (B2B Trail) since its inception in the late 1990s. The B2B Trail is one of WCPARC’s primary initiatives because of consistent support from Washtenaw County residents. Surveys dating back to the early 2000s have consistently rated trails in the top tier of the most desired recreation amenities in the county. Further, county residents have voted for and renewed millages to support WCPARC’s continued effort to develop and connect the B2B Trail throughout the County.  WCPARC has been successful in augmenting local funding by securing state and federal grants and through partnership with the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative, which has provided significant donor contributions to accelerate construction of the B2B Trail. 

The Border to Border Trail (B2B) is the product of an ongoing collaboration of communities and organizations who are dedicated to safe, accessible, shared-use, non-motorized recreation and transportation. For implementation purposes, the trail has been broken down into corridors and segments. These segments are in various stages of planning, design or construction, either directly by Washtenaw County Parks or in partnership with other municipalities and organizations. 

Check out the new Border to Border Trail website, b2btrail.org.