Parks

Morley Park

Morley Park is located one block south of the main intersection of Main & Muskegon Streets.  The park facilities include a playground, baseball field, full-sized track, covered shelter and many spots for picnicking that are equipped with permanent grills.  Morley Park is also the site of the summer concert series.  Check out the *FREE* live entertainment on the 3rd Thursday of June, July and August.  These concerts are great family events!

H.B. Riggle Memorial Park

Riggle Park is a small, pleasant neighborhood park that offers a playground and picnic tables.  Riggle Park is nestled at the corner of Beech and 7th Streets.

Fred Meijer White Pine Trail

The Fred Meijer White Pine Trail is a linear State Park dissecting the heart of Cedar Springs.  In the summer, you will see bicyclists (both leisure and competitive,) joggers, walkers and roller bladers utilizing the trail.  In the winter, snowmobilers can utilize the trail north of Russell Road (weather permitting.)  Please observe trail etiquette…slower folks keep to the right and pass only on the left.  Click HERE for a copy of the City’s snowmobile ordinance.

The Friends of the White Pine Trail have gone to great lengths to keep the trail in top-notch condition.  They are always looking for volunteers to assist them throughout the year.  If you would like to volunteer, please check out the Friends website for more information.

North Park

North Park is located at the east end of Pine Street and offers a parking area, green space and water feature.

 

Please keep in mind that if your pet is part of your family and enjoys our parks as much as we do,  please clean up after them.  The City provides doggie stations so that you may sanitarily clean up after your pet.  Failure to do so may result in a fine as allowed by City ordinance.