Ada Township Park

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Ada Township Park

Michigan

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Things To Do

Fishing
Hiking
Picnicking
RVing
Tennis
Water Sports

Overview

Located on the corner of Buttrick Ave. & Grand River Drive, this 57-acre park was established for the United States Bicentennial in 1976. It provides a wide variety of both active and passive recreation. There are softball & soccer fields, tennis courts, a basketball court, playground, fishing pond and both paved and natural trails. Fishing is restricted to those under 12, senior citizens or physically challenged individuals. Plenty of tables & grills plus a pavilion and two gazebos provide ample opportunity for your picnic. Reservations of the pavilion and triple gazebo can be made by calling the Park Office at 676-0520. Ada Park is also home to the Parks Dept. Office, the Les Craig Learning Center and the Bud Locke Arboretum.

Map of Ada Township Park

Latitude, Longitude: 42.939999, -85.480003

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