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We meet up for a stroller walk here and there are lots of trails to walk on, some paved and some dirt. Plenty of options without being too rugged. It was pleasant except for the mosquitoes in the woody areas. There were just swarms! So...More
Big Nature Center on-site and bathrooms are avaialbe.
In the Winter they rent snow-shoes and have miles of groomed trails for cross country skiing. The trails run along a creek and are marked for difficulty.
There is a Kayak launch for warmer weather. The creek...More
This was my first time visiting and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hiked across the bridge and all the trails down along the river to the west. It took me just over an hour round-trip, although I was walking fairly quickly. If you're new to...More
My wife and I found this Ottawa County park from a map. It was somewhat "hidden", but exceptionally nice. The trails were in great shape and the "lodge" was incredible. There was a fire, ricking chairs, bird feeders, and lots of exhibits of animals, birds...More
We were on our way to visit Grand Haven and decided to stop here to see some Fall Colors. There was some Fall Colors at the time we visited. We enjoyed our visit and there were some nice trails to walk around. Good place to...More
My husband and I hiked for about 1 1/2 hours at Hemlock Crossing. It was an easy hike with marked trails through the woods and wetlands. It would be a beautiful place to visit in the winter and cross country ski the many trails they...More
This park has accessible trails and longer ones. Great nature center, excellent rest rooms, trails are marked well, lots of scenic overviews, doggy bags are available (keep dogs on leash.) This park is gorgeous ANY season of the year!
A hidden gem in West Olive
There are well marked hiking trails that run along the river, through wetland areas and woodlands. There is a launch site for canoes and kayaks.
The park is great for birdwatching too!.
The trails are well kept and with...More
We just discovered this park recently. In the winter you can rent snowshoes and skis to explore the many trails along the Pigeon River. Interestingly the Pigeon River is named after the now extinct Passenger Pigeon that use to thrive in North America. Park has...More