1. Bettes Memorial

    Bettes Memorial Park is currently undeveloped.

    Undeveloped
  2. Brewer (Earle)

    The rolling landscape of Earle Brewer Park makes the disc golf course challenging and interesting.

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    Baseball Basketball Disc Golf Hiking Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Soccer Tennis Winter Sports
  3. Caledonia Lakeside

    Caledonia Lakeside Park has a beautiful view of Lake Emmons from the shelterhouse porch. There are no swimming areas at this park but fishing is permitted.

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    Baseball Fishing Hiking Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter
  4. Chief Hazy Cloud

    This 120 acre park is a great fishing spot, especially for silvercats and small mouth bass.

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    Fishing Picnicking Restrooms
  5. Coldwater River

    This southernmost, 6 acre park has a good quality trout stream and is a perfect spot to learn to fly fish.

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    Fishing Picnicking Restrooms
  6. Cooper Creek

    This park is the trailhead for the only bridle trail in the county park system. The 3 .5 - 4 mile trail winds through scenic Spencer Forest.

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    Bridle Path Fishing Nature Trails Restrooms
  7. Creekside

    Creekside Park is one of only 2 parks in the Kent County System with exercise trails. The playground equipment at this park is ideal for children under 5 years of age.

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    Baseball Exercise Station Hiking Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms
  8. Douglas Walker

    This barrier free park is ideal for large groups. It is also an access point for Kent Trails.

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    Baseball Bike Trails Hiking Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter Soccer Winter Sports
  9. Dutton Shadyside

    This picturesque park with its large maples is ideal for picnics on hot summer days. The open shelter, new playground equipment and tennis courts provide a wide variety of recreation opportunities.

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    Baseball Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Tennis
  10. Dwight Lydell

    Baseball Fishing Hiking Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms
  11. Fallasburg

    One of only two remaining covered bridges in Kent County is located here and supports auto traffic. This park is also the site of the Fallasburg Fall Festival. This juried arts and crafts festival is sponsored by the Lowell Area Arts Council and is held every year during the last weekend in September.

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    Baseball Fishing Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter Winter Sports
  12. Fisk Knob

    This northernmost park in the Kent County Park system boasts the highest point in Kent County. Fisk Knob is no longer open anytime of the year.

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    Picnicking
  13. Gordon

    Gordon Park was the first park in the Kent County system. It was acquired in 1924 from the State of Michigan and quickly became a popular stopover for travelers. It has a faithful following of annual picnickers.

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    Hiking Picnicking Playground Restrooms
  14. Johnson (Henry A.)

    A scenic drive winds through a large section of Johnson Park. The rolling hills and winding turns make this a challenging walk. Johnson Park also maintains a boat launch onto the Grand River.

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    Baseball Disc Golf Exercise Station Fishing Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter Winter Sports
  15. Kent Trails

    Kent Trails is a 15 mile, non-motorized trail that is the result of a collaborative planning effort between the Kent County Parks Department, the cities of Grand Rapids, Grandville, Walker, Wyoming and Byron Township.

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    Bike Trails Cross Country Skiing Hiking Winter Sports
  16. Knapp Valley Forest

    This 104 acre park is undeveloped but the scenic woods host several walking trails.

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    Hiking
  17. Lamoreaux (Donald J.)

    The parking lot on Bailey Park Drive is adjacent to the ball diamond. There is an additional parking lot north of Bailey Park Drive off Coit Avenue. This lot provides easy access to the walking trail through this park. This trail opens up to a wooden overlook of the Grand River.

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    Baseball Cross Country Skiing Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Picnicking
  18. Lamoreaux Memorial

    This small two acre park is an ideal stopover for lunch.

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    Bike Trails Hiking
  19. Lepard Preserve

    Hiking Nature Trails
  20. Long Lake

    Long Lake Park park offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities, including a non-motorized boat launch facility.

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    Baseball Beach House Fishing Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter Swimming
  21. Luton

    Luton Park is a family friendly multi-use Park. The Park encompasses 264 acres, with 9.7 miles of interconnected trails. Mountain bike riding, hiking, trail running, bird watching, cross country skiing and snow shoeing are all popular activities at the park. All trails ride in a counter-clockwise direction. The trails are closed to motorized use and equestrians. Luton Park is also closed to night riding since all Kent County Parks are open only from dawn to sunset.

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    Hiking Mountain Biking
  22. M-6 Trail

    The M-6 Trail stretches across southern Kent County, linking Kent Trails in the west to the Paul Henry Thornapple Trail in the east. Most of the route is a dedicated paved pathway, though the center segment follows sidewalks between Division Ave. and Clyde Park Ave.

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    Bike Trails Cross Country Skiing Hiking Winter Sports
  23. Millennium

    Millennium Park is a unique, ambitious project to reclaim 1,500 acres of heavily-used land for public recreation. The park encompasses rolling terrain and extensive wetlands and lakes southwest of Grand Rapids, between Johnson Park and John Ball Park. Its land is rich in natural resources, featuring woods, wildlife, fish and waterfowl. Facilities within the park now include a six-acre beach and splashpad, nearly 20 miles of trails, and other diverse opportunities for recreation. Touching Grand Rapids, Walker, Grandville and Wyoming, Millennium Park is one of our nation's largest urban parks.

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    Basketball Beach House Bike Trails Fishing Hiking Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Sand Volley Ball Swimming
  24. Myers Lake

    Park is open from Memorial Day weekend – Labor Day weekend. This lakeside park has swimming but no boat launch is available at this site.

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    Beach House Fishing Picnicking Playground Restrooms Swimming
  25. Palmer (Linus C.)

    The boardwalk that begins at the west end of the park follows Buck Creek. It is a joint venture with the City of Wyoming. The path extends to Lamar Park (City of Wyoming).

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    Baseball Bike Trails Cross Country Skiing Fishing Golf Hiking Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Winter Sports
  26. Paris

    The park consists of forest and wetlands. Plaster Creek winds through this approximately 69.6 acre park. Paris Park is undeveloped, however, there is a paved pathway that allows all visitors the opportunity to view the numerous deer and wildlife that inhabit this park. Currently Paris Park is owned by Kent County and leased to the City of Kentwood.

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    Cross Country Skiing Hiking Nature Trails
  27. Pickerel Lake

    This picturesque park provides ample viewing of birds and wildlife from the boardwalk and trails that wind throughout the park.

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    Cross Country Skiing Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Restrooms
  28. Provin Trails

    Provin Trails Park is jointly operated with the City of Grand Rapids. The trails offer a challenging walk and an advanced trail for cross country skiers.

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    Cross Country Skiing Hiking Nature Trails Restrooms Winter Sports
  29. Rogue River

    Rogue River Park is a staging area for White Pine Trail State Park. This staging area sports a restroom facily and parking for 100 vehicles.

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    Baseball Bike Trails Cross Country Skiing Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Tennis
  30. Ruehs (Fred W.)

    This park lies adjacent to a section of rapids on the Thornapple River. No swimming is permitted at this park.

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    Fishing Picnicking Playground Restrooms
  31. Seidman

    The trails running through Seidman Park are unbeatable for a fall walk. It is also one of the most popular cross country ski trails.

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    Cross Country Skiing Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Restrooms Winter Sports
  32. Spencer Forest

    Spencer Forest Park hosts a scenic network of popular equestrian trails. This park also serves as a working model forest education program. Through the aide of volunteers, students may learn about the various components in and products from a forest.

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    Bridle Path
  33. Townsend (Warren R.)

    This park is the site of the first structure built in a Kent County Park. The stone open shelter was built in 1926 and is very unique. This park is a popular site for weddings on its footbridges.

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    Baseball Cross Country Skiing Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Shelter Winter Sports
  34. Wabasis Lake

    This park boasts a boat launch onto Wabasis Lake. There is also a cottage available for weekly rental during the summer campground season. Campground Contact: (616) 691-8056

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    Baseball Basketball Beach House Campgrounds Fishing Hiking Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Sand Volley Ball Shelter Swimming Winter Sports
  35. Wahlfield

    The woodchip path in this park is easy for those beginning a walking program. This trail is also good for the beginning cross country skier.

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    Cross Country Skiing Hiking Nature Trails Open Shelter Picnicking Playground Restrooms Winter Sports
  36. WhitePine

    This park is currently undeveloped.

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    Hiking
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