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Millennium Park, Walker

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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  • My kids are huge nature buffs, and this park did not disappoint! They loved finding frogs and fish and all the birds that live here. Lots of trails to bike or hike and plenty of places to fish. The pl...  read more »
  • A beautiful park with many paved trails. Great location to walk, bike, or run. Not usually crowded and pretty peaceful. The natural gas smell is not the best (and it's weird that the gas pumps are run...  read more »
  • Glad we chose to go while we were in town. The entrance is a little hard to find. The place is pretty big and their are big rod iron fences surrounding it. Look for the big building in the middle and ...  read more »
  • A great investment from the count parks system. Plenty to do, just wish they were open later in the year. Fun on the water, in the water, and on the sand. Nice playground equipment for kids of all ages. Plenty of grilling space for lunch or dinner events. Lots of space to fish or ride bikes.
  • Great area for walking through nature. Despite being by water bugs are not that bad. The pond is ok for swimming. The playground is nice quality and pavillions are nice for events.
  • This place is pretty awesome. The beach area is well groomed and the water is warmer than later Michigan so you can still swim in colder days. They have kayak, paddle board and paddle boat rental options. There is plenty of paved trails all around the park for walking, running, biking, dogs, etc. There are a lot of pavilions and places to rest or have a gathering, do grilling etc. Very nice park and even a decent fishing spot.
  • My family and I love coming here to swim in the summer. It's nice because there's a splash pad, where the kids can go play and wash off the sand after swimming at the beach all day. There are pavilions for eating and sitting in the shade and a place where you can buy snacks and food. There is also a place to rent kayaks, paddle boards and paddle boats. A really nice plus is that are never any big vwaves or undertows to worry about either! The water is usually warmer too because it's just a small lake. The beach is always clean and the trails are well taken care of. It's a great place for the whole family. Parking is free, you just have to pay to get into the beach and splash pad.
  • Nice park, but they don't allow you to launch your own kayak, you need to rent theirs. Anything to make a dollar, very disappointed.
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