There are many places to park to gain access to the LRT as there are almost countless entry points along the way. Below are a few of the most convenient, and accessible points of entry.
Aerial view of Clippert St parking lot

Clippert St Parking Lot

The Clippert St parking lot is at the southern end of Clippert St. It is a good place to start to see the more scenic parts of the LRT or to travel into MSU. There is also a nearby parking lot by Municipal baseball field at the corner of Clippert and Kalamazoo St.

Aerial image of Hawk Island Park including the parking area

Hawk Island Parking

There is a per vehicle entrance fee of $3 for residents and $5 for non-residents at all times. Annual passes are available for $30 for Ingham County residents and $40 for non-Ingham County residents. Annual passes are available at the gatehouse.

Man seated at table with cars in the background at Kruger Landing

Kruger Landing (Aurelius Rd)

Kruger Landing is a great central parking location and a good place to launch a canoe or kayak. On the south side of the river at Aurelius Rd.

Aerial view of Old Town Lansing and Lot 56

Lot 56 (Old Town)

At the intersection of Turner St and Cesar Chavez Ave in Old Town. Accessible entrance to the Lansing River Trail.

Maguire Park

Maguire Park

Parking lot for Maguire Park. Enter off Aurelius Road.

Oakland Ave Parking lot map view

Oakland Ave Parking Lot

On the north side of Oakland Avenue. Great place to park to visit the children's playground right there.

Potter Park Parking Lot

Potter Park Parking Lot

This is an Ingham County Parking Lot and has small fees associated with parking here. A great place in the middle of the trail to explore many areas.

Saginaw St Parking lot map view

Saginaw St Parking Lot

On the north side of Saginaw St and east side of the river.