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All Parks

  • WOODS LAKE PARKS

    • Picnic Tables
    • Toilets
    • Grills
    • Fishing
    • Nature Walk
    • Beach
  • W. MAIN PARK

    • Picnic Tables
  • VERSLUIS / DICKINSON SOFTBALL COMPLEX

    • Drinking Fountains
    • Toilets
    • Playground
    • Softball/Teeball
  • VERBURG PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Fishing
    • Nature Walk
  • UPJOHN PARK

    Upjohn Park is an 18 acre park that contains the Kik Pool. Kik Pool is the only 50 meter outdoor swimming pool in the Kalamazoo area and also a “Boundless Playground”. Many new improvements planned for 2008 include the City of Kalamazoo’s first skateboard park, a rugby/soccer field, tee-ball/softball field, basketball court, tennis court, picnic shelter, walkways and parking lot improvements. These improvements will make the park a very popular destination once completed.

     

    • Drinking Fountains
    • Electric (Public & Events)
    • Handicap Accessible
    • Picnic Tables
    • Toilets
    • Grills
    • Playground
    • Soccer
    • Softball/Teeball
    • Tennis
  • SPRINGMONT PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Playground
  • SOUTHSIDE PARK

    • Drinking Fountains
    • Handicap Accessible
    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Playground
    • Soccer
    • Softball/Teeball
  • SHERWOOD PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Nature Walk
    • Playground
  • S. WESTNEDGE PARK

    • Picnic Tables
  • ROCKWELL PARK

    • Electric (Public & Events)
    • Picnic Tables
    • Toilets
    • Grills
    • Playground
    • Tennis
  • REED STREET PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Playground
  • NELLBERT PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Playground
  • KROM & PROUTY

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Playground
  • KNOLLWOOD PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Nature Walk
    • Soccer
    • Disc Golfing
  • HENDERSON PARK

    • Playground
  • HAYS PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Nature Walk
    • Playground
    • Softball/Teeball
  • FRAYS PARK

    • Drinking Fountains
    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Nature Walk
    • Playground
    • Tennis
  • FARRELL PARK

    Farrell Park has a picnic shelter without electricity and a seating capacity of 60 people.

    To Reserve: please call (269) 337-8191

    • Drinking Fountains
    • Picnic Shelter
    • Picnic Tables
    • Toilets
    • Playground
  • EMERALD DRIVE PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Soccer
    • Softball/Teeball
  • DUTTON PARK

    • Handicap Accessible
  • DAVIS PARK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Playground
  • BLANCHE HULL

    • Picnic Tables
    • Nature Walk
  • AXTELL CREEK

    • Picnic Tables
    • Grills
    • Non-motor Trailway
    • Playground
  • ACADEMY GREEN

  • FAIRMONT DOG PARK

    In 2004, a collaborative group called “Friends of Kalamazoo Dog Parks” was founded to plan and build a dog-friendly, off-leash area for dogs and their owners.

    The result: a beautiful, quiet, inviting people and pet-friendly park. Through a collaboration of Fairmont Neighborhood, The City of Kalamazoo, MRC Industries, The Kalamazoo Humane Society, and volunteers we are working to achieve our primary goal. in Fairmont Park on Prairie Street in the Fairmont Neighborhood.

    Kalamazoo’s first dog park features a fenced area for dogs off-leash, benches and picnic tables for humans, a dog watering hole, a separate small dog area and a “stoop and scoop” protocol.

     

    *During the Winter Months the park lot will not be open.  Users must park on the street and access the park via the sidewalk.

     

    • Drinking Fountains
  • To schedule a private event in a park, call the City’s Parks and Rec department at: (269) 337-8191.
  • To reserve a shelter for a PRIVATE event, please complete the following form:  pdf  Park Rental Form pdf  General Parks Policy
  • To schedule a public event call the Special Event Coordinator at: (269) 337-8006 or visit our special event website.
  • To rent a softball, football or soccer field, please call the Special Event Coordinator at:  (269) 337-8191
  • A completed inventory of the natural features at the Spring Valley Park here:  Natural Features Inventory
  • To view a comprehensive map of the Kalamazoo Parks, click here: Kalamazoo Parks Map
  • To view our park rules click here: Park Rules

All city park hours are 8am to dusk. City parks are open during the spring, summer, and fall months from May 1st through October 31st. Bathrooms are open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.