Grand River Riverfront Township Park (North and South) in Lowell, MI

Park Managed by Lowell Charter Township

Open: Year round 8 AM - dusk
Stroller-Friendly? Yes, all or most areas
Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Lowell's Grand Riverfront Park consists of two sections, North and South, that are joined by a splendid new walking bridge over the Grand River.

The 80-acre Grand River Riverfront Park includes two islands.

The south portion of the park has a canoe launch, two softball fields, a lacrosse field, 8 soccer fields, and a playground with equipment designed for ages 4 to 12. There's also a mile-long paved nature/walking path, a scenic overlook and fishing pier on the Grand River, one large picnic shelter with restroom facilities and one smaller one without. The park is open to the public every day from 8 AM to dusk, except for days that snow or water make driving in the park unsafe. Restrooms are closed from late October until late March.

The North side of the park is easily accessed at the corner of Bowes Road and Fulton Street in Lowell Charter Township. This side of the park has a small playground, gaga ball pit, pickle ball courts, and an ice cream shop (in season)

The Playground at Grand River Riverfront Township Park (North and South)
South Grand River Riverfront Park: The playground here has a woodchip surface and is surrounded by large open fields.

North Grand River Riverfront Park: The playground at the North side of this park includes a gaga ball pit, a small playset, and pickleball courts.

The Walking Paths at Grand River Riverfront Township Park (North and South)
The paved walking paths here are smooth and stroller-friendly. The path is one-mile long on the South Park side and offers views of the Grand River. This would be a great place for kids learning to bike ride to practice.

The walk over the bridge is very nice and pets on a leash are welcome. You can easily walk from the South Park to the North Park to get ice cream in the summer when the concessions are open.

Facilities at Grand River Riverfront Township Park (North and South)
Restrooms are open April - mid-October

The Yeiter Learning Cabin is used by the Lowell Historical Museum to teach about the history of fur trading in Lowell. It is also available to rent out for meeting space.

What's Unique About Grand River Riverfront Township Park (North and South)?
The Lowell Crew team practices at this park. The boat launch is on the south side.
List of Park Features & Amenities
  • Free Admission
  • Grills
  • Lake or River
  • Paved Walking Path
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Picnic Tables
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • River Access for Boat Launch
  • Sand Volleyball
  • Toddler Playground
  • Walk to Ice Cream