Located at the intersection of the former Johnson Street and the Saginaw River, the 43-acre recreational facility was completed in 2003. It provides two boat launch platforms and a ramp designed for handicap accessibility. Included in the park is a 26-acre nature area with paved and gravel trails that includes two viewing platforms overlooking a wetland. The site includes a large gazebo for use as a covered shelter area for student classroom tours, as well as a river viewing and fishing platform including a gazebo with a picnic table.
Summertime is prime time for walleye anglers visiting the Great Lakes Bay Region. Not only is the weather stellar, a ...Keep Exploring »