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8900 Grand River Dr SE, Ada MI 49301

About this Walking Path
This densely wooded and hilly park has almost 4 miles of assorted hiking trails in varying lengths. The main trail loop is around 2 miles long, with plenty of offshoots. There is even a hidden creek - see if you can find it!

Visitors love the hearty hike. Coming in at nearly 200 acres in size, the park is heavily wooded and is a great place to treat yourself to a long, shaded walk under towering oak, maple, and cherry trees. There are two trailheads - and both start with an uphill climb.

*Note* This park allows bow hunting in season.

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: Just under 4 miles

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Moderate

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open all year. Dawn to dusk.

8155 Conservation St NE, Ada MI 49301

About this Walking Path
This is an excellent place to put some miles on your shoes. Trails are mostly wooded, passing through rolling hills.

Right after you hit the trail, there’s a bridge with an active creek babbling through. Beware that this creek can cause the trails to be very muddy.

A hiking backpack would be preferable to bringing a jogging stroller. These trails are not handicap accessible.

Shortly after the yellow trail connects to the blue, there's a wooden boardwalk. Be sure to follow its twists and turns as you hunt for wildlife.

Hiking is the primary way to enjoy Seidman Park in warm weather months. It is a popular place for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the wintertime.

Don't forget the bug spray!

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: 4 miles

• Natural Hiking Trail
•Trail Difficulty: Moderate

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open daily during daylight hours.

1010 Grand River Dr NE, Ada MI 49301

About this Walking Path
Ride, run, or walk down the flat paved pathway through a beautiful nature preserve full of wetlands, prairie, and forest.

This path is a great 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.

*Mosquitos can be bad depending on the season.
The flat, paved walking path is perfect for walking and a variety of wheeled activities.

Families love to bring their young riders here to practice their skills along this path.

While you're walking or biking, you'll explore a gorgeous nature preserve.

See how many different kinds of wildflowers and wildlife you can see - plus you'll have views of the Grand River along the way.

Stop at the observation deck to get close-up to the wetlands life.

Being in a wetland/prairie area, prepare for mosquitos or other bugs.

Trail At-a-Glance
• Trail Length: 2.5 miles

• Paved Walking Path
•Trail Difficulty: Easy

• Trails are Stroller-Friendly

• Dog-Friendly

Open:
Open year round during daylight hours