Welcome to our Parents, Parks and Coffee series where we highlight destination parks all over West Michigan, and help you find coffee to fuel your next adventure. Many thanks to BIGGBY for partnering with us on this smile-making project.

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A Bit about Frog Hollow Park

Frog Hollow Park is tucked back behind Metro Health Hospital in Wyoming and is popular for keeping kids laughing and playing for hours.

Frog Hollow offers many different play structures for kids, including frogs, slides, telescopes and lots of objects to climb. Built from a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Corporation in 2005, Frog Hollow is designed to allow all children (those with and without disabilities) to play and explore together.

It is a big draw for families because it is an enclosed playground, giving mom and dad peace of mind as kids run in and out of play structures. The variety of play options also makes it great for families with big age gaps between their kids – here you will find something for everyone!

Frog Hollow Park play structures

Tips for Your Trip from other Parents

  • There is minimal shade on the playground so protect your kid’s skin accordingly.
  • Park planners were smart and created only one entrance/exit to the fenced in playground, so there’s a lot less worry about a kid accidentally wandering off.
  • If you go on a Thursday you can also hit up the Metro Health Farm Market (5900 Byron Center Avenue SW) and get some tasty eats for your visit!
  • Speaking of tasty eats, they have a nice pavilion space with a nearby bathroom so bring a lunch and make a day of it.

Frog Hollow Park Features at a Glance


This is a great park for toddlers and preschoolers! There are many accessible play structures, and much of the ground is rubberized. The fenced in area provides added security so parents can let littles explore without worry.

Frog Hollow is simply a playground.

Families love the fenced in area that offers hours of fun for kids of all ages. The playground was designed to encourage kids to explore and use their imaginations as they climb the mini rock wall or giant plastic rock structure to get up to the slides. There are ample things to hop, skip or jump. The rubberized ground beneath many of the structures means less bumps and scrapes.

Frog Hollow Park telescope

The playground is equipped with a bathroom, which the Kent County Parks and Rec department says is open 10 AM- 8 PM, May 1-Sept 30. (At other times of year families have found a portapotty in the parking lot.) It’s right near the entrance.
 There is a nice covered picnic table area (within close proximity to the bathrooms!) and even grassy spaces for picnics.

Frog Hollow Park picnic

There are trees around the perimeter, but the playground is in full sun, so come prepared with sunblock. On hot summer days, it is best to visit the park early or late in the day.
This park doesn’t have the open space for kite flying.
No admission fee for Frog Hollow Park.
Frog Hollow Park is open May 1 – September 30, about 8 AM – 10 PM.

There is one parking lot at the park and on busy days it can be near capacity.

Grab Your Coffee and Head to the Park

Tap the map icons to reveal the park address and the location of the nearest BIGGBY.

The BIGGBY closest to Frog Hollow Park is located at 5795 Byron Center Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49519.

Have Tips or Questions about Frog Hollow Park?

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Frog Hollow Park overview