Bass River Recreation Area

Posted on April 9th, 2022 by insideout

Large open meadow recreation area with Grand River frontage and fishing access for a great adventure with family and friends. NO MOTOR VEHICLES ALLOWED.

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Hofma Park

Posted on January 9th, 2022 by insideout

This Grand Haven Township park is located off of Ferris Street in Grand Haven. Many hiking and biking trails, soccer and ball fields plus a playground are found at this community park. Dogs are allowed on leash too.

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Pottawattomie Park

Posted on May 18th, 2021 by insideout

Pottawattomie Park has 20.83 acres with 3  Pavilion shelters, a restroom, 2 volleyball courts, 2 horseshoe pits, a soccer field, a developed playground, 2,750 feet of trails, a floating fishing/viewing platform, 160 feet of boardwalk, and 74 parking spaces. This wonderful family park is located off Comstock Street  in Grand Haven Township. A great park for families of all ages, activities, and events.

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Pigeon Creek Park

Posted on February 9th, 2021 by insideout

This large county park offers a year-round retreat for the outdoor enthusiast, including plenty of winter activities such as family sledding and cross-country skiing. Equipped with snowshoe trails.

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Spoonville Trail

Posted on January 7th, 2021 by Margaret Ardell

Named after a ghost town that once stood at the mouth of Crockery Creek on the Grand River, the first 1.8 miles of the Spoonville Trail was opened in 2016.This first phase of the trail goes from North Cedar Drive to Leonard Road, crossing the Sgt. Henry E. Plant Memorial Highway. Two more miles of trail were added from Leonard Street to Nunica which completed an important link between the North Bank Trail and the Grand Rivers Explorers Trail.

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Lakeshore Trail

Posted on January 6th, 2021 by Margaret Ardell

The Lakeshore Trail is a 20-mile paved pedestrian path that runs parallel to Lakeshore Drive and offers many recreational opportunities along the way. Aside from the famous state parks at either end, the trail travels through three Ottawa County beach parks and natural areas From Grand Haven to Holland.

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