Picnic

Sites offered in Traverse City, Acme, Fife Lake, Interlochen and Kingsley
A well-visited kayak and canoe launch for all ability water sport enthusiasts!
The Boardman Valley Nature Preserve follows the Boardman River south from South Airport Road to the Grand Traverse Nature Reserve.
Natural area with self-guided nature trail
An unforgettable experience for all outdoors enthusiasts to enjoy!
Passive park for sitting, picnics or fishing
This wonderful park sits right on Arbutus Lake. Come and enjoy the day with your family.
One of Traverse City's premier parks with beach on West Grand Traverse Bay, playground, picnic area and restrooms.
Park with a view of West Grand Traverse Bay, picnic facilities, and playground.
Park on East Grand Traverse Bay with shallow water beach, playground, picnic facilities, and restrooms.
Beautiful little Park on East Grand Traverse Bay.
There are lots of fun things to do in this park year round.
This active recreation park ecompases 45 acres of park land within the city limits.
One of the most unique park settings anywhere!
Horseshoe pits for public use
Park with boat launch on Boardman Lake, picnic facilities and connections to the TART trail and the East Boardman Lake Trail
Lovely place for a picnic, nature walk, and other family activities.
This park is located within the Pine Grove neighborhood. It is a nice place for kids to play .
Home of the Traverse City Senior Center along with 3 tennis/pickleball courts, public beach, shuffleboard courts, and horseshoe pits
Public Shuffleboard Courts
This park has 4 lighted tennis courts, a small play area for young children and Traverse City's first off-leash dog park.
Twin Lakes Park 175 acres has something for everyone, from wedding receptions to sports camps!
Swimming beach on West Grand Traverse Bay
A 2-mile trail along the east side of Boardman Lake.
A 10.5 mile long paved urban trail with an eastern end point at M-72 (Bates Road) in Acme Township and a western end point at the M-22/M-72 intersection in Traverse City.
Located in the Pere Marquette State Forest, the Vasa Pathway features a series of loops (3K, 5K, 10K, 25K) that offer users a variety of challenges from easy to difficult.

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Grand Traverse County Parks & Recreation
231-922-4818
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