Hiking in and around Ada
Where to Hike Around Ada
It’s April, it’s springtime, and that means it’s perfect weather to enjoy the beautiful hiking trails that West Michigan has to offer! Here are just a few in and around Ada.
Seidman Park: With over 400 acres of woods, fields, and wetlands, the park is just begging you to explore it! The park hosts a 5-mile loop of natural-surfaced biking, water, hiking, walking, and in the snow, cross country skiing trails. The park is open year round from 7am to sunset, so you can engage in a hike when it’s convenient for you!
Ada Township Park: Located on a 57-acre plot, this park provides active and passive recreation for anyone to enjoy. The paved and natural trails are open for anyone to walk, or bike on. With tennis and basketball courts and playgrounds as well, the whole family can spend a spring day enjoying the landscape and beauty of Ada.
Leonard Park: A supplement of Ada Township Park, Leonard Park rests on two acres, including trails and a softball field, and the historic Ada Covered Bridge. These hikes may be on a little bit shorter of trails, but that doesn’t mean they are any less beautiful or fulfilling.
Cascade Burton Park: This park is spread across 80 acres. With different trails going in all directions of the park and ranging in length, there is something for everyone to do. The park is open from 7am until dusk, and the unique trails offer many opportunities for diverse hikes, all within the same park.