5 Grand Rapids Parks to Explore
The outdoors are a place to refresh, relax, and get re-energized. Grand Rapids is a hot spot for parks and outdoor recreation. If you are looking for trails to hike, bike, or run or perhaps a park that can offer new experiences, check out this list of 5 parks in Grand Rapids you need to check out!
- Grand River Park, Jenison. This is technically an Ottawa County Park, but it has a few unique features! There is a sensory trail where young kids can try to identify birds, walk over different textures, and other activities. The park also has a boat launch for kayaks and canoes and a fishing dock over a small lake. There are also 3 miles of hiking and biking trails to check out along the Grand River.
- Seidman Park, Ada. With over 400 acres of property and 5 miles of hiking trails, this park is accessible via two parking lots and the Ada township trail. One of the unique features of this park? There is a permanent Orienteering course! This is a great activity to try out with the family! You can download the map here.
- Aman Park, Standale. Just want an easy scenic trail? Check out Aman Park! This is a favorite of ours. With the longest trail being 1.5 miles, it’s a nice short trail through the woods by streams. You’ll feel like you aren’t anywhere near a city.
- Cascade Peace Park, Cascade. Beautiful natural trails through meadows and woods. Miles of trails make for a great afternoon hike.
- Riverside Park, Grand Rapids. Probably one of the most popular parks in Grand Rapids, there are biking and hiking trails as well as a great disc golf course all along the Grand River.
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