Seidman Park in Ada, MI

Park Managed by Kent County Parks

About Seidman Park in Ada
8155 Conservation St NE, Ada MI 49301
Park Website
check mark 40x40 navy blue Open: Open daily during daylight hours.
check mark 40x40 navy blue Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Seidman Park is home to a beautiful set of interconnected, rustic wooded trails in the Ada area. You can hike as little as a quarter-mile loop or up to five miles, and the park is also bordered by the paved Ada Township Trail if you’re up for a longer adventure.

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

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Facilities at Seidman Park
Port-a-potties and covered area with picnic tables.

Seidman Park Features & Amentities
Creek Stomping, Free Admission, Hiking Trails, Picnic Tables, Shaded

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