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Things To Do - Parks & Gardens

Parks, Trails & Gardens

Greater Lansing isexceptionally proud of its many tranquil green spaces and scenic natural areas.From the picturesque campus of Michigan State University to the charminggardens that dot the community, you are never far from the simple beauty ofnature. 

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Baldwin Park

A small 16-acre site located along the Grand River in the southwest portion of Ingham County. It has historical …more

W.J. Beal Botanical Garden
  • 330 W. Circle Dr. (adjacent to the MSU Library),
  • MSU Campus
  • East Lansing, MI 48824
  • Phone: (517) 355-9582
  • Web:

Beal Botanical Gardens, founded in 1873, is the oldest continuously operated garden of this type in the United States. …more

William M. Burchfield Park/Riverbend Nature Area
  • 881 Grovenburg Rd.
  • Holt, MI 48842
  • Phone: (517) 676-2233
  • Web:

500 acres along the Grand River, 8 mi. of mountain biking trails, supervised swimming, picnicking, fishing pond, pedal …more

Central Park

Central Park is a diverse area offering many recreation opportunities. The Municipal Complex is the southeast quarter of …more

Cooley Gardens

Planted nearly 100 years ago, and rescued decades later from neglect, Cooley Gardens is a garden lover's delight. It has …more

Crego Park

200 acre park offering quiet water sports like fishing, canoeing, kayaking. Connects to the Lansing River Trail.

Danford Island Park

Island Park and the surrounding properties, including the Dimondale Lions Community Park, provide almost 14 acres of …more

Delta Mills Park

Delta Mills Park was Delta Township's first park facility. Presently 32.2 acres are available for usage. Park amenities …more

Fenner Nature Center
  • 2020 E. Mt. Hope Ave.
  • Lansing, MI 48910
  • Phone: (517) 483-4224
  • Fax: (517) 377-0012
  • Web:

This interactive learning center appeals to both children and adults, making it ideal for families. It features a system …more

Fox Memorial Park

Fox Memorial Park offers activities such as fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing and swimming.

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