Fallasburg Park in Lowell, MI

Fallasburg Park Covered Bridge

Park managed by Kent County Parks and Trails

About Fallasburg Park

Address: 1124 Fallasburg Park Dr. NE Lowell, MI 49331

Fallasburg Park is a beautiful, picturesque park located just north of Lowell in the historic Fallasburg community.

Spanning over 250 acres (including parts of the North Country Trail), this is a popular place for kids and families to hike, explore an historic covered bridge, play on the playground, or take fall family photos.

Trail Difficulty: Easy

The Playground at Fallasburg Park

There are various play structures throughout the park. The main structure, at the main entrance area, has a mixture of paved turf and wood chips.

Toddlers would best enjoy the smaller play structure near the covered bridge, though the main playground is great for all ages.

Fallasburg Park play structure

The Walking Path at Fallasburg Park

There are various hiking trail options at Fallasburg Park, some paved and some through woods.

The hike from the main enclosed shelter to the covered bridge and then back up past the creek is a relatively easy (though longish) walk, but you’ll want a baby carrier for smaller kids.

TIP: While Covered Bridge road does take you back in time in a way, remember that you’re still walking on a paved road that cars occasionally travel on – be extra watchful of small children.

Hiking Trail Details

A section of the North Country Trail passes through Fallasburg Park.

Fallasburg Park walk in woods Hunt

Something Unique About This Destination

Fallasburg Park is extra glorious in the fall! It's also a very historic park and a hotspot for weddings. Their annual Fall Festival of the Arts is a popular artisan show.

Fallasburg Park Features

  • Creek Stomping
  • Disc Golf
  • Dog Friendly
  • Fishing Pond
  • Free Admission
  • Grills
  • Hiking Trails
  • Lake or River
  • Paved Walking Path
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic Tables
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Shaded

Fallasburg Park enclosed structure

Facilities: There is a beautiful enclosed shelter house available for rentals, as well as a pavilion, and picnic tables are located throughout the park. Restrooms are available during park hours.

Stroller-Friendly? Playground or main areas only, Not on trails

Time of Year? May 1 - October 31; Open 7 AM to sunset