Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge, MI

Fitzgerald Park Grand Ledges

Park managed by Eaton County

About Fitzgerald Park

Address: 133 Fitzgerald Park Drive Grand Ledge, MI 48837

Fitzgerald Park is worth the drive for a perfect day of exploration with the whole family!

The nature trails lead to stunning views, the kids have plenty of places to play, photo ops are top notch and there is no shortage of things to do here - from disc golf to kayaking to a fish ladder and more.

This wonderful park is best known as the home of the “Ledges”—ancient sedimentary rock outcroppings lining the shores of the Grand River.

Facilities include six picnic sites, three miles of trails, volleyball, basketball, playground. Kayak launch for privately owned boats.

It's just a 40-minute drive for those used to hiking in Grand Rapids.

Trail Difficulty: Moderate

The Playground at Fitzgerald Park

Two playgrounds are available - one for older kids and one for smaller. Playground surface is sand.

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Hiking Trail Details

Trails are plentiful here. Be sure to use the restroom before exploring, as the park is huge and there are miles of walking trails.

The trail to the ledges (ancient sedimentary rock outcroppings lining the shores of the Grand River) can be a little tricky to find - find the paved path near the Ledges Playhouse to start this trail.

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Something Unique About This Destination

The biggest draw to the park are the ancient ledges (sedimentary rocks), which are reached via the nature trails along the Grand River. They are stunning and are perfect photo backdrops!

Fitzgerald Park Features

  • Baseball
  • Basketball Court
  • Disc Golf
  • Dog Friendly
  • Grills
  • Hike with a Payoff
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Lake or River
  • Parking Fee
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic Tables
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • River Access for Boat Launch
  • Sand Volleyball
  • Shaded
  • Soccer Fields
  • Tennis Courts
  • Toddler Playground

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Facilities: Park has multiple shelters and places to picnic. Restrooms are not heated, and thus are closed during the winter - at that time, portable restrooms are available.

Stroller-Friendly? No, few or no areas, Playground or main areas only

Time of Year? Open all year, from 8 AM to dusk

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