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Explore Our Parks and Trails
Harris Nature Center Hawk

Visit Harris Nature Center

Ted Black Woods

Meridian Township provides a park or natural area within 15-20 minute walk of every  Township resident. That is approximately 2000 steps (on your pedometer) closer to
a healthier lifestyle. With over 900 acres of land on 29 park properties with 20 miles of trails and 76 miles of pedestrian/bicycle pathways, we have numerous opportunities for you and your family to enjoy getting to your destination of choice along the Trails of Meridian. Check out our parks!

  • Nancy Moore Park

    Nancy Moore Park
    1. Address:1960 Gaylord C. Smith Ct
      Haslett, MI 48840
    1. Baseball/Softball Diamonds
    2. Basketball Court
    3. Drinking Fountain
    4. Electricity
    5. Grill(s)
    6. Natural Trails
    7. Open Space
    8. Parking
    9. Paved Trail(s)
    10. Pavilion
    11. Picnic Area(s)
    12. Play Equipment
    13. Rest Rooms
    14. Sand Volleyball Courts
    15. Soccer Fields
    1. Parks

Nancy Moore Park was acquired in 1989 and was Meridian Township's first athletic complex. The 40 acres that makes up this park is adjacent to Central Park and connected through both natural trails and the paved pathway system. Amenities in Nancy Moore Park include a pavilion, restrooms, ball fields, soccer fields, sand volleyball courts with Lake Michigan sand, play equipment, picnic areas, horseshoe pits, Gaga ball pits, a basketball court, grills and a paved parking lot with room for 160 cars. Nancy Moore Park will soon be home to the new Meridian Small Dog Park. It is currently being constructed and set to open in 2019. 

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