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Millennium Park Parent’s Guide: All About the Beach, Trails, Playgrounds, Splash Pad, Equipment Rentals, Fishing and More

Over 10 miles of hiking trails, mostly paved. The Fred Meijer Millennium Trail Network connects with Kent Trails and with a City of Grand Rapids trail along Wealthy Street SW, as well as connecting with the park’s Recreation Core, where it follows an enjoyable route around the perimeter of Lake Leota. The park offers many other amenities as well.

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Roselle Park: Bike the Paved Paths, Explore the Playground and …Climb the Silo!

This park is really one giant trial system. Follow the paved trail to the river (you’ll catch glimpses of the Grand River) or take trails through wetlands, prairies, and forests. This park also has a fun playground and welcome center. It’s pretty flat. The area is prone to flooding in the spring. Leashed dogs welcome.

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Hager Park: Nature Trails, Playground Make for Perfect Outdoor Destination

Hager Park: 104 acres of fun includes an extensive network of nature trails for your hiking Grand Rapids checklist. Another interesting feature this park has is a grass map of the United States, just north of the main play structure. (Which, by the way, the main playground is awesome for all ages.)