It’s day 16 of our 40-day #GetOutAndGO Giveaway, today featuring the Dequindre Cut Greenway in downtown Detroit, MI.

The Detroit Waterfront Transformation Project is a perfect example of a new way you can interact with Detroit’s blooming urban greenway.

Today we’re taking a closer look at the Dequindre Cut, a newly opened, 2-mile paved trail accessible to foot and bike traffic in the heart of downtown.

The “Cut” is a reference to the trail’s history as a railway when it was dug out some 25 feet below street level by the Grand Trunk Railroad in the mid 80s.

To celebrate the re-use and transformation of our urban spaces, High Hopes Hammocks is giving away a $100 gift card. Enter to win here.

No bike? No problem! Check out Wheel House for rentals and explore more of Detroit via the Dequindre Cut next time you’re in town.

Get Out And Explore Detroit, MI!

Once you’re done with the 2-mile stretch of The Cut, head a few blocks closer to the river and take the Detroit River walk to Milliken State Park and Harbor. Explore all that Detroit and Michigan have to offer: use Michigan.org to plan your next adventure to the mitten, the UP, and beyond!

Enter for the #GetOutAndGO Grand Prize!

Enter to win the #GetOutAndGO Grand Prize: a GO Camper from SylvanSport.

Camping at Meat Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada

The award winning SylvanSport GO is a one-of-a-kind, do everything camping trailer. The GO is lightweight, easy to manage and able to be towed by almost any vehicle. It is an all-in-one: utility trailer, toy hauler and camper that is designed and engineered for adventure. Enter to win here.

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