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Trails of Lake Lansing Area Real Estate And Homes For Sale In Haslett, MI

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Trails of Lake Lansing Area Insight

  • Resting in serene solitude to the east of Lake Lansing, Ingham County's expansive water haven, lies a tranquil neighborhood adorned with lush trees. These meticulously maintained homes exude a serene "up-north" atmosphere, a mere 15-minute journey from the bustling heart of Michigan State University. The recent acquisition of 120 acres has graced this community with a precious gem - a 1.2-mile ebony trail that seamlessly intertwines with the county's 440-acre expanse of Lake Lansing Park North, boasting trails adorned in hues of blue, red, green, and yellow.

    Your exploration begins at the threshold of the Woodwind Trail, where natural dirt pathways weave through wetlands bedecked with wildflowers. Alongside, stand sentinel lowland hardwood trees - red and silver maples, eastern cottonwoods, and green ash trees. A segment of the path echoes the meandering rhythm of the Grand Trunk Railroad tracks, where Canadian National trains harmoniously coexist with nature, an ode to days gone by. A passenger train undertakes its daily east-to-west journey, serenaded by the rhythmic scampering of chipmunks and the symphony of diverse avian voices. This realm is a picturesque sanctuary, an unspoken treasure cherished by the fortunate denizens of the Trails of Lake Lansing.
  • Richard Gingras
    RE/MAX Real Estate Professionals
    This quiet, tree packed neighborhood rests peacefully to the east of Ingham County's largest lake, Lake Lansing. These well-maintained homes offer a tranquil "up-north" feeling, yet are only about 15 minutes from Michigan State University. A recent acquisition of 120 acres has given this neighborhood a 1.2-mile black trail of nature paths that connect to the county's 440 acres of blue, red, green, and yellow trails of Lake Lansing Park North.

    Beginning at an opening off of Woodwind Trail, the natural dirt paths wind through wetlands and wildflowers and feature lowland hardwood trees like red and silver maple, eastern cottonwood, and green ash trees. A portion of the path parallels the Grand Trunk Railroad tracks, and Canadian National trains conjoin with nature as a reminder of days past and simpler times. An 8:30 a.m. passenger rail passes through faithfully from east to west, perhaps from Sarnia to Chicago as the sounds of scampering chipmunks and a chorus of various birds go about their day. What a beautiful place and a quiet treasure for the people of the Trails of Lake Lansing.

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