We have so many wonderful parks around Mid-Michigan – and each year as a family we try to discover new ones. Below is a list of parks that we frequent. Click on each park’s name for a link to more information.
City Park (St. Johns)
Featuring large shaded play structures, climbing wall, playground equipment. Park pavilions, nearby tennis courts, basketball courts, walking trails, and disc golf round out this all-inclusive local park. Drop by this summer and play at the park’s splash pad.
Delta Mills Park (Lansing)
Featuring picnic shelters, several play structures, and a hill for sledding. A lot of green space makes for a great park to run around.
Lake Lansing Park South (Haslett)
Featuring pavilions, swimming, fishing, volleyball, horseshoes, boating, a large play structure, big wheel tricycles. Plenty of shade. Stick around on Friday evenings for their summer concert series.
McClintock Park (Laingsburg)
Featuring a small play structure for younger children and a larger play structure for older children, skate park, sledding hill, picnic tables, benches, and pavillion with grills and tables, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and paved walking area.
Patriarche Park (East Lansing)
Featuring baseball/softball fields, courts, large green space, picnic pavilions available for rent, and play structures. Plenty of trees to provide shade.
Sharp Park (Lansing)
Features a picnic shelter, amphitheater, playground equipment, walking trail, plus softball diamonds, fishing pond (catch & release), tennis courts, sand volleyball, and a basketball court.
Wiswasser Park (Bath)
Features a pavilion complete with grill and a horseshoe pit, plus a barrier-free play structure. This park is on the smaller side with only 1.5 acres to run around.
Do you have a favorite park that you visit? I’d love to hear about it. Comment below!