Parks & Facilities

Park Description
Sleepy Hollow State Park
7835 Price Road
Laingsburg, MI
Phone: 517-651-6217
Located 6 miles east of U.S. 127 on Price Road. Amenities include fishing, boating and rental, hiking and horseback riding trails, snow skiing. There is also a modern campground with 181 sites and a swimming beach.
Maple River State Game Area Located 8 miles north of St. Johns on U.S. 127. A "People Platform" on the west side of U.S. 127 permits viewing of the diverse mixture of wildlife that make their home in the fields, forest, river and wetlands which comprise the area.
Rose Lake Wildlife Research Area
Phone: 517-373-9358
This 3,574-acre state wildlife research station includes farmland, woods and marshes divided into 7 color-designated areas for research purposes. Special features include wildlife management of ponds, flooding, brush piles, food patches, tree/shrub plantings, soil conservation practices, wildlife research, pathology laboratory and rifle and skeet ranges. The station is available as a biological study area for universities and high schools.
Eagle Park
14331 Grange Road
Eagle, MI
Phone: 517-627-8230
A small town park in a rural community with big events and facilities to rent. Eagle, Michigan is a central location for many towns and cities. Easy access from I-96, Exit 84 just west of Lansing and east of Portland
City of St. Johns
Phone: 989-224-8944
The city has 1 large main park and 5 neighborhood parks. The main park has hiking trails, playground equipment, picnic area, disk golf course, ball diamonds, tennis courts, and volleyball court. For winter fun, ice rinks with warming house as well as a sledding hill. The main park also has 2 picnic pavilions that may be reserved for reunions and parties.