Haradine Park

Located on M-57 at the Western Edge of the City

Haradine Park came into the city through a donation from the Haradine Family in 1969. It consists of approximately 8 acres. 
You may bring your own skateboard or rollerblades and skate at the new skateboard park that was built by a donation from Renaissance Power. There is a playground for kids with swings, slide and spring riding animals. 

A pond is available for fishing. It has a pier built by an Exployer Scout for his community project. 

There are two picnic shelters for large family gatherings. One may be reserved for a $35.00 fee for residents and $50 for non-residents.  Please see the reservation form on this page or call City Hall at 989-584-3515 to reserve. There are several single picnic tables that are available for small groups.
For those that are just looking for a little relaxation time, sit at one of the benches and watch the waters of Fish Creek flow by. 

Haradine Park is connected to West Park by a covered bridge which allows easy access to all the features of West Park, Haradine Park is also connected to Grove Park via a 2000 foot walking trail through a scenic marsh area.

To make a reservation at the park click here for the form or call City Hall at 989-584-3515.