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City of Mt. Pleasant Parks & Recreation

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Address
320 W. Broadway
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
Phone
(989) 779-5331
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Description
Chipp-A-Waters Park
1403 W. High Street
This 30-acre park is located on the west side of town near the city limits.Facilities include rest rooms, open-air picnic shelter, picnic tables and grills, play equipment, parking area, and nature trails.

Horizon Park
1535 Sweeney Street
This 22.5 acre park has three soccer fields, softball field, tennis court, quarter-mile paved fitness trail, football field, playground equipment, and a modern restroom.

Island Park
331 Main Street
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This 50 acre park is located at the north end of town behind City Hall and on Main Street. Island Park features: Michigan Vietnam Veterans' memorial, Skate park, Spray Park, Three lighted softball fields, Four lighted tennis courts, Two lighted basketball courts, Four shuffleboard courts, Eight horseshoe pits, Timber town playscape, Play equipment, Two open-air shelter, Gazebo, Four small shelters, Picnic tables, Grills, Two Modern, Restrooms, Canoe Landing, Fishing Deck
Island Park Spray Park- Opens in May
The Spray Park is designed for youth ages 12 and younger.  During the hours of operation when the water is available, park users will press an activator to start the flow of water. After approximately 4 - 5 minutes the cycle completes and the water stops. Park users continue to re-activate the system for endless fun. Summer Hours which start in May are 9:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Island Park Skate Park-Designed with ramps and jumps for bikers, skate boarders, and inline skaters.

Mill Pond Park
607 S. Adams Street
This 90-acre park is located in the center of the community, bordered by Broadway and High Streets. It is a mostly wooded wetland area with the Chippewa River running through the entire park. The park features a canoe landing, fishing deck, nature trails, playground equipment, open-air shelter, picnic tables, grills, modern restroom.

Mission Creek Woodland Park
1458 N. Harris Street
This 60-acre park is located on the northwest side of town. This park brings you back to nature, with picturesque scenery that can be enjoyed from the nature trails which wind through hard woods. The park features two open-air shelters, picnic tables, grills, nature trails, sledding hill, open playfield, play equipment, rustic restrooms.

Nelson Park
714 W. Broadway Street
This five-acre park is situated between Island and Mill Pond Parks and is centrally located in the city. Its central location makes it easy to visit neighboring parks through a nature trail and a crosswalk. The park features a canoe landing, picnic tables, grills, fishing deck, modern restroom.

Pickens Field
309 W. Pickard Avenue
Pickens Field Park is a 15 acre sports park and the northern trailhead to the Riverwalk Trail system. The Field includes two little league fields, two softball/farm league fields, play equipment, and modern rest rooms.

Sunnyside Park
1511 Elm Street
Sunnyside Park is a 17 acre facility complete with Six-Field Soccer/Tee-ball Complex, Basketball Court, Playground Equipment, Modern Restroom, Open Air Shelter, Picnic Tables, and Grills.
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