Cascade Peace Park in Ada, MI

Park Managed by Cascade Charter Township

About Cascade Peace Park in Ada
8900 Grand River Dr SE, Ada MI 49301
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check mark 40x40 navy blue Open: Open all year. Dawn to dusk.
check mark 40x40 navy blue Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Cascade Peace Park, with its miles of hilly and wooded trails, provides a fun challenge! You will love the dense canopy of trees, the blissful quiet, and the sound and sight of birds and woodland animals along the way.

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Hiking Trail Details
check mark 40x40 navy blue Trail Difficulty: Moderate
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.

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Facilities at Cascade Peace Park
There is a port-a-potty at the Grand River trailhead, but no dedicated restrooms.

What's Unique About Cascade Peace Park?
This park has a hidden, secret creek! To access it, you have to go down a steep hill on an unmarked side trail. Look for the bench on the yellow trail and you’re right next to the side trail that’ll take you to the creek. Wind your way down the steep hill and have fun exploring the creek. Be adventurous and splash around – it’s a fun secret destination that not many people know about.

Cascade Peace Park Features & Amentities
Creek Stomping, Dog Friendly, Free Admission, Hiking Trails, Shaded

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