Roselle Park in Ada is Unique
Roselle Park is not your traditional park. You won’t find swings or slides here, or even a splash pad.
But you will find a silo that you can climb to the top for incredible views. A paved pathway that takes you through beautiful nature preserve full of wetlands, prairie and forest.
And a playground that invites children to use their imaginations.
Roselle’s 240 acres are located north of Fulton on Grand River Drive in Ada Township.
Roselle Park is Perfect for Tiny Bikers
This is the PERFECT place to take your young child and their bike, whether they’re pedaling with training wheels, using a balance bike, or scooting along on their own.
The paved path is relatively flat and in great condition. Plus, it doesn’t cross any roads.
Essentially, you’re jogging through a nature preserve with glimpses of the Grand River when you travel the paths at Roselle Park. You can go down and back or make a loop with the paths for an excursion just over 2 miles long.
Along the way you’ll find an observation deck that the kids will want to check out.
There’s so much to explore at Roselle Park, and it’s so different from a traditional park that kids will be drawn in from the start.
Tips for Your Trip from other Parents
- Roselle Park is in full sun, so prepare accordingly.
- Being in a wetland/prairie area, prepare for mosquitos or other bugs. (We did not encounter any in early September, but they may be bad in other seasons.)
- Have your kids try the door to the silo. And watch their excitement as they discover steps to the top to take in beautiful views.
- There is a wooden wetlands observation deck off the paved trail to the river that kids like to climb.
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