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#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Muskegon
From Hoffmaster State Park in the southern part of the county to Duck Lake State Park to the north Muskegon county is favored by Mother Nature with dunes, forests, and beaches.
We drove by this park for years because of its scenic value, but it's also easy and worthwhile to stop and walk the shoreline.
Falling Waters Trail Jackson 59.1 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Jackson
I usually park at the New Leaf Park on Fourth St., then take the MLK equality trail (formerly the inter-city trail) that connects with Falling Waters Trail.
The early morning hours has nature alive with deer, rabbits, chipmunks and squirrels.
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Muskegon
Enjoy an amazing natural area close to the busy commercial areas of Grand Haven, Muskegon and Norton Shores.Head to the trails thru wooded dunes on the south end of the park, you can start at the nature center and...
There are plenty of enjoyable trails to hike, as well, I highly recommend this beautiful Michigan State Park.
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Muskegon
Easy to get to and find; peaceful walks with friends listen to nature & absorbing the veiws; just anot her treasure in Michigan worth the drive to check it out!
It's a great family camping park and also a great park to stop by, walk the channel walls out into Lake Michigan and watch the wave, boats, and ships come into port.
Potter Park Zoo Lansing 1.8 km away
#1 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
Very clean and well laid out, the wooded park has a huge picnic and play area with grills, slides and swings and a concession stand.
Set within the even larger Potter Park, this AZA zoo specializes in rare and endangered animals, mammals, birds, reptiles.
River Trail Lansing 3.4 km away
#2 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
It's paved the whole way and it winds through areas throughout the city and then takes you into the woods, along the river, into parks, over bridges, and "scenic" overlooks.
The Lansing Region is so blessed to have this great trail in downtown, going out east to MSU and south to Hawk Island Park.
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Muskegon
The Big Lake, the bay, parks, and city life are all a part of this trail that connects areas in the Muskegon area.
There are areas where you can park your car if you are coming from out of town.
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in East Lansing
Sleepy Hollow State Park Laingsburg 24.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Laingsburg
Sleepy Hollow is a large State Park full of many great trails and a large no-wake lake.
While tent camping at Sleepy Hollow State Park, we thoroughly enjoyed the sandy beach on Lake Ovid, our shady campsite on the northside of the campground, the children's playground area, and disc golf course.
Duck Lake State Park North Muskegon
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in North Muskegon
Nice park and Fantastic beach and sand dunes
We visited the part of Duck Lake Park that connects via a pedestrian walkway to a lovely sandy beach on the shore of Lake Michigan.
Hawk Island Park Lansing 4.5 km away
#3 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
Amazing park for the family - a real gem!
Kids love the Splash Pad, swimming area is nice as is the play area, there are walking trails and a dog park area!
Lakelands Trail State Park Pinckney 58.2 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Pinckney
... ride lots of wildlife bald eagles crosses over the beautiful Huron River one of the nicest bike trail parks in this part of the United States wide enough to pass people safely Horse Trail along next to the pav...
The Lakeland Trial is an excellent way to view nature at it's very best.
Kruse Park Muskegon
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Muskegon
Day use park with excellent beach access, picnic areas, and dune stairs.
We live a few miles from this park and is the one that many of the locals use as it is a hidden gem.
Waterloo Recreation Area Chelsea 57.1 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Chelsea
We also took part of several programs including nature crafts, nature programs and even searching for crayfish in the Mill creek.
Portage hosts were amazing as well as the Park staff.
Fitzgerald Park Grand Ledge 17.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Grand Ledge
This is a remarkable park with many trails along the Ledges and you can walk under the historic train trestle.
The park Hassan base ball field, picnic table and two playgrounds, one for all kids and the other for small children.
Ionia State Recreation Area Ionia 52.7 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ionia
The park is well maintained, except for the road.
Woldumar Nature Center Lansing 8.2 km away
#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
Really awesome place, close to Lansing, to just get away into nature, or near the river.
Howell Nature Center Howell 54.8 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Howell
This is a very quiet nature preserve with walking paths, sitting/reflecting areas, picnic areas, rehabbed animals in a nice setting.
There are so many animals that you see every day in nature but then so many more unique animals as well that require the care of the nature centers workers.
Carl G. Fenner Nature Center Lansing 3.8 km away
#5 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
If you love nature without the frills and want to actually learn about plants animals and habitat in MI this is the place - trails abound and the inside facility gives a wealth of information about all living crea...
Handicapper accessible trails, picnic areas, a pavilion, and a nature center with live animals and interpretive nature exhibits.
Harris Nature Center Okemos 14.9 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Okemos
Harris Nature Center continues to develop nature displays, walking trails, and many varied programs for youth and adults.
Lovely little nature park with a building that features local animals and frogs and snakes.
Meinert Park Montague
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Montague
I love Meinert Park I grew up visiting Montague Mi from the age of 12. Im now 59 lol.
This beach and park is located at the end of Fruitvale rd. in Montague.
Patriarche Park East Lansing 6.9 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in East Lansing
Ball diamonds, tennis courts, foot paths, picnic areas and playground equipment make this park a nice spot for family visits.
Patriarche Park (used to be known as Alton Park) is a family friendly park.
Medbury Park Montague
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Montague
Medbury Park is along the channel where White Lake meets Lake Michigan .
Lake Lansing Park South Haslett 12.1 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Haslett
Between it and the road is a well shaded very old park with many grill and picnic stations, a pavilion and an amphitheater which has live music every friday night throughout the summer.
Lake Lansing Park South has a sandy beach, concession stand, restrooms, and shade trees.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Corunna
Great little park with historic significance
The park is fabulous, very big, lots of room to play and roam.
Miner's Beach Shingleton 54.7 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Shingleton
The park area itself is well kept.
Burchfield Park Holt 14.0 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Holt
The park has amazing trails, disc golf, picnic areas, swimming pond and playgrounds.
Granger Meadows Park Lansing 4.8 km away
#6 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
What ya wanna do, baseball, soccer, football, walk with you're dog, stroll a path throughout the park,.
I walk feeling safe, and the park is monitored and patrolled.
Grand Woods Park Lansing 5.6 km away
#7 of 17 Nature & Parks in Lansing
DTE Energy Foundation Trail Chelsea 56.0 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Chelsea