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Spring is in Bloom at Isabella County Parks
Spring is a wonderful time to take full advantage of the hiking trails at Deerfield Nature Park and Meridian Park. There is nothing better than a walk in the park with sunshine, singing birds, and budding wildlife all around you!
While you're visiting the park be sure to look for this beautiful "Fringed Polygala" along with other Spring flowers that are blooming at Isabella County Parks.
To see more Spring species please follow this link to view photos by Cathy Murray taken during her hikes at our parks.
Paddlesports Day on Saturday, June 1, 2013
Join us for Paddlesports Day on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at Deerfield Nature Park. This is a unique opportunity to train from the best on various watercrafts. Kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards will be available for everyone to try out on the pond by the beach!
Pre-register at the Parks Main Office by Friday, May 24, 2013 at noon!
Please see our Paddlesports Day flyer
for complete details
Let Your 2013 Summer Memories Begin with Your Isabella County Parks!
It’s not too early to begin planning your summer memories! Create memories nearby while camping and enjoying your sandy beaches at Coldwater Lake Family Park, Deerfield Nature Park, and Herrick Recreation Area. Cabins overlooking the water are also available for rent at Coldwater and Herrick!
Plan a family reunion or party for any occasion using one of the many pavilions Isabella County Parks and Recreation has to offer. All have access to other park features such as playgrounds, horseshoes, sand volleyball, and sandy beaches.
Whether you’re looking for a camping get-a-way or a pavilion to host your family reunion, Isabella County Parks is the perfect remedy for creating memories!!
Contact the Parks Main Office to reserve your campsites, rustic cabins, and
Chippewa River Water Trail map is now available on-line
- A local ad-hoc group interested in promoting the Chippewa River has announced today that the web-based version of the Chippewa River Water Trail map is now available on-line. Read more...
- Click the icon to visit the interactive map.