You’ll Love the Bouncy Turf Playground, Paved Trail and Dog Park at Quincy Park

Quincy Park Feature

Quincy Park is a Peaceful, Lush Oasis

Quincy park

4260 144th Avenue, Holland, MI 49424

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Trail Length:
Trail Difficulty: Easy
Dogs Allowed? Yes! There is a separate dog park area
Facilities: Modern, clean restrooms near the main playground with port-a-pottys throughout the remainder of the park for emergencies.
Stroller Friendly? Yes
Time of Year Accessible: Open year-round
from 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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Quincy Park in Holland is hidden between US-31 and the beach. It’s easy to find, but just slightly off the beaten path. It has a little bit of everything which makes it a great stop for families!

Quincy Park is one of over 85 playgrounds in west Michigan.

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More About Quincy Park

Quincy Park has two spectacular playgrounds (one near each entrance). The one nearest to the dog park offers soft, bouncy flooring, fun pretend-play activities, and awesome rock climbing boulders.

Of course, there are classic playground staples like swings and slides, too.

Quincy Park Playground

This park is also loaded with mature trees, picnic tables, and lots of paved paths. It’s tucked away from most major roads and was quite peaceful.

The nice dog park offers plenty of shade and ample room for dogs to roam in either of the two sections (for both bigger and smaller dogs).

Quincy Park has plenty of picnic tables and some sets of larger park grills (not the typical small ones).

Quincy Park picnic tables
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Tips for Your Trip from Other Parents

  • As with most playgrounds, it’s pretty sunny–but it’s easy to find shade elsewhere.
  • Lots of paved walking paths and parking lot space–would be a great place to teach a child how to ride a two-wheeler!
  • If your child is scared of dogs, the barking from the dog park could cause a few tears.
  • Toddlers have lots of green space and trails to explore and play, though you may find the larger playground to be too high for them. There are fun ground-level pretend play things (a store front and percussion instruments).
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