Hager Park in Georgetown Township, MI

Park Managed by Ottawa County

About Hager Park in Jenison
8212 28th Ave, Georgetown Township MI 49428
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check mark 40x40 navy blue Open: Year Round
check mark 40x40 navy blue Stroller-Friendly? Playground or main areas only, Not on trails
check mark 40x40 navy blue Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Hager Park is huge!

There are so many different things to do - and a "secret," shaded playground with a zipline and "old school" equipment like a merry-go-round.

Dozens of picnic tables, huge open area, tons of woods for hiking and so much more.

Indoor buildings are available for rent.

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The Playground at Hager Park

The large Age of Discovery playground is a wooden structure. Kids playing here and its dozens of hiding spaces.

Due to its large size, it can be difficult for parents to see their kids. The playground surface is sand. There are a couple of accessible swings, but they are also on the sand.

This play area is in full sun with very little shade.

There is a secondary, smaller playground that is almost fully shaded. It was swings, a tall slide, merry-go-round, and teeter-totter all on grass.

There is also a zipline on this playground over grass.
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The Walking Paths at Hager Park
Hager Park has some paved walking paths, but the main draw are the trails through the mature trees.

The main Hager Park loop is 0.6 miles long.

Bicycles are not allowed on natural trails.

Hiking Trail Details
check mark 40x40 navy blue Trail Difficulty: Easy
Dozens of trails snake through the gorgeous wooded area surrounding Hager Park.

You are sure to see a huge variety of wild flowers and wildlife throughout your hike. One of the trails has a bridge that crosses over a sandy creek.

While some of the trails are paved, most are not so they aren't very stroller or wheelchair friendly.

Bikes are allowed on paved trails only.

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Facilities at Hager Park
Restrooms, picnic tables, pavilions, indoor buildings with kitchens available to rent for groups as large as 150 people.

What's Unique About Hager Park?
The mature hardwood forest has spectacular spring wildflowers in April and May.

Hager Park Features & Amentities
Accessible, Adaptive Equipment, Baby Swings, Dog Friendly, Free Admission, Grills, Hiking Trails, Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Playground, Restrooms, Sandbox, Shaded, Swings

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