Check Out Greenville Parks & Attractions while in Fenwick

Greenville parks are popular places for picnicking, hiking, biking or just lazing around. BBOnline shows you around the best parks as well as other attractions in the city.

Wabasis Lake Park
11220 Springhill Drive
Greenville, Michigan 48838
(616) 336-7275
www.accesskent.com

This park has a beach where you can swim, a boat launch, campground and hiking trails. There's also a playground for kids and a basketball court and Fall colors are at their best here.

Tower Park (Tower Mountain)
411 South Lafayette
Greenville, Michigan 48838
(616) 754-5645

One of the nicest of Greenville parks, the quiet Tower Park sprawls across 22 mountainous acres, much of it covered with oak trees. Walking trails here connect to the famous Fred Meijer Flat River Trail. During the summer months on Thursday nights, you can catch the free "Rhythm on the River" concerts down by the riverside portion of the park.

In winter there's snowboarding, sledding and tubing. So no matter which time of the year you're in your Fenwick Bed and Breakfast, you're sure to have a blast in this park. 

Pearl Street Park
Pearl Street
Greenville, Michigan 48838

Stretching across seven acres, this park in the northern part of Greenville has basketball courts, a playscape and picnic shelter. In the winter there's ice skating on the basketball courts.

Heritage Park
Intersection of M-57 & M-91
Greenville, Michigan 48838

One of the most interesting Greenville parks, this one features a curious attraction - the well-known Ugly Duckling Fountain, designed by Frederick Marshall. It has paved walkways and an Indian Trail Historical Marker. Public ceremonies are held here throughout the year.

Klackles Orchard and Pavilion
11466 W. Carson City Road
Greenville, Michigan 48838
(616) 754-8632
www.klackleorchards.com

You can go apple picking in this 300-acre orchard with your family and enjoy succulent peaches and more. It's a popular spot for viewing Fall foliage. The famous Gus Macker indoor basketball tournament is held every April at the Klackles Pavilion.

A Taste of Amish Life
www.greenvillemi.org

Just 10 miles north of Greenville, you'll come across more than 80 Amish families. Visit the self-sufficient community and discover a fascinating, stress-free way of life. Take home handmade quilts, baked home-made treats, cheese and more.

Fred Meijer Trails

If you like biking, hiking or roller blading, don't miss this famous 4.4-mile paved trail network along the picturesque Flat River in the city. On the way, you'll find bridges, boardwalks, historic sites and parks.

Flat River Historical Museum
215 N. Franklin Street
Greenville, Michigan 48838
(616) 754-5296
www.flatriverhistoricalsociety.org

Located on a historic site, this museum takes you back to Greenville's intriguing past with its exhibits and artifacts including household and military items. Also on display are exhibits linked with the founder, John Green, such as his log cabin. You could watch a classic film in a theater designed on the lines of the old Silver Theater.

Grattan Raceway
7201 Lessiter Road.
Belding, Michigan 48809
(616) 691-7221

Just 15 miles from Greenville, this raceway considered as one of the finest in the nation offers Moto Cross Racing every week in the Spring and Fall. The two-mile-long scenic course has a spectacular design and many challenging features for race drivers. It also has a half-mile championship motocross track. An exciting venue worth the short trip from your Fenwick Inn.