Meridian Township parks offer varied opportunities between play, recreation and relaxation. With over 900 acres on 29 park properties, over 20 miles of trails within the park system, and several ball fields, pavilions, playgrounds and more to enjoy; we are sure you will find a park that fits your lifestyle.
Each Park listed in our Parks Directory provides an address, list of amenities and natural features, plus picnic, pavilion and restroom provisions.
The Land Preservation Program 954 acres of Land Preserves across the Township. Check out the Land Preservation Directory.
- Natural Trails
- Open Space
- Picnic Area(s)
- Pump Track
- River View
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Eastgate Park is located at the far eastern edge of Meridian Township and makes up 53 acres of a larger park called Meridian Riverfront Park. This land was purchased in 1986 with the assistance of a Land and Water Conservation Fund grant. Eastgate Park has nature trails that follow the shoreline of the Red Cedar River and connect to the trails of the Harris Nature Center. You can also find a bicycle pump track at this park that was construction by residents and members of the Michigan Mountain Bike Association in 2009.