57 Reasons To Live in West Michigan

Reason #38: Millennium Park

Millennium Park

57 Reasons to Live in West Michigan Reason #38: Millennium Park

Millennium Park is a unique, ambitious project which is returning approximately 1,500 acres of industrial land to urban green space. Once its Master Plan is complete, the park will be nearly 2-1/2 times larger than New York's Central Park -- making it one of the nation's largest urban parks. The park is located along the Grand River, spans across 4 communities and features a kid-friendly Splash Pad, swimming beach, picnic areas and miles of hiking and biking trails. Large areas of the park are devoted to protected habitat for native plants and wildlife.

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