A former railroad corridor, the Kal-Haven Trail offers a lovely natural setting for hikers.
A burst of colorful wildflowers - including white trillium and orange columbine - brightens the Kal-Haven Trail near Lake Eleven.
A trailside rest area near Kibbie, one of several along the Kal-Haven Trail.
A survey of the Kal-Haven Trail reveals an old "whistle sign." These alerted railroad engineers to approaching road crossings so they could sound the train whistle.
South Haven trailhead of the Kal-Haven Trail.
Survey of the Kal-Haven Trail continues by the Black River near South Haven.
The Kal-Haven Trail crosses several scenic streams, including this one at the Van Buren-Kalamazoo county line.
The Depot Museum in Bloomingdale is the last historic railroad depot along the Kal-Haven Trail.
A historic caboose on display along the Kal-Haven Trail in Bloomingdale.
Visitors to the Kal-Haven Trail will find telltale evidence that the trail used to be part of the now-defunct Michigan Central Railroad corridor.
At Pine Grove, four large cement footings are all that remain of a former water tower site.