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Pinewood Park is Vast, and Offers Something for Every Age

2000 Wolfboro Dr SE | Kentwood | MI 49508

Pinewood Park is a large open area park offering playing fields and courts, colorful play structures, a covered pavilion, and a splash pad! Families love the spacious area that has play options for all ages.

Located in the heart of Kentwood’s Princeton Estates neighborhood, Pinewood Park has two entrances. Their listed address (2000 Wolfboro Dr SE, Kentwood, MI 49508) will take you to the entrance closest to the splash pad.

Tips for Your Trip from Other Parents

  • The splash pad water is COOLLLDDD.
  • Bring your own water to drink, as there are no drinking fountains.
  • There is only one bathroom (one toilet) so take a restroom break before heading to the park.
  • This is a great park for airplane loving kids – I was there a half hour and 5 planes flew overhead!
  • Wear sunscreen – this place is in full sun.
  • Plenty of open space to fly a kite and blow bubbles.
  • There are TWO entrances. There is one by the splash pad and one by the baseball diamond, that is a short walk to the splash pad.

FAQ’s

Yes, toddlers will love Pinewood Park. Besides the play structures, there is a sandy area for digging and playing, and the splash pad would obviously be a delight for toddlers.

Pinewood Park has lots of open area, with a soccer field, baseball diamond, skateboarding ramps and basketball courts. There are two pavilions and lots of playground area.

There is an indoor bathroom (one stall) near the playground.

There aren’t grills, but the covered pavilion has a lot of seating and there are plenty of trash cans near the pavilion.

Shade is at a minimum at Pinewood Park, so come prepared! Bring lots of water to drink, wear sun hats and sun screen.

Yes! This  is a fantastic park to fly a kite, blow bubbles, or do whatever you want to do in wide open spaces.
No admission fee for Pinewood Park.
Pinewood Park is open May 1 – Oct 1.

 

There are two entrances with parking available. 

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