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Indian Burial Mounds

  • Ah-Nab-Awen Park
  • 220 Front Ave. NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49504
  • Neighborhood:Downtown
  • (616) 456-3696
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  • Park Type: City
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  • Getting Around the Venue: The parking lot off of Bridge Street is card access only, and does not have designated accessible or van-accessible parking spaces, and has many areas that need maintenance. The curb ramp located at the east end of the parking lot has a short pole that makes moving along the ramp difficult.

    The Pearl Street parking lot has designated parking spaces and is in good repair. The designated parking spaces closest to the venue do not have signs to indicate their location.

    There routes are wide and level.

    There is a steep hill present that separates the upper Museum walking path and lower Riverfront walking paths. These paths connect near the north parking lot. Due to this configuration, the only way to transfer between the upper level and the lower level paths is at this transition. If entering the park from the south parking lot, the full length of the 775-foot long upper Museum path will need to be traversed in order to get to the Riverfront level. The same is true when traveling from the Riverfront path to the South parking lot.

    There are Men’s and Women’s multi-user style Restrooms available. The designated accessible stalls are narrow and do not have stall doors.

    There is a water feature along the Museum walking path. The waterfall level of the water feature is only accessible by stairs. There are no handrails.

    The stage on the hill area of the park has a ramp and a set of stairs. The ramp is has a slightly steep slope, and has no handrails.

    There is riverfront overlook present. This large viewing platform does not have handrails and there is a significant drop-off into the river at the ends of the platform.

    There is a covered Pavilion present by the Pearl Street Parking lot. At one end of the structure, there is a short set of steps present that lead down to a sidewalk.

    There is bench and table seating present available in the pavilion and there is bench seating available along the walking paths and the Riverfront overlook. The bench seating on the Riverfront overlook does not have seat backs.
  • Accessible Parking Options: Gerald R Ford Museum Parking Lot at 203 Pearl Street NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue.

    Gerald R Ford Museum Parking Lot at 377 Bridge Street NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue.
General
Beach, Parks & Trails
Accessibility
  • Getting Around the Venue: The parking lot off of Bridge Street is card access only, and does not have designated accessible or van-accessible parking spaces, and has many areas that need maintenance. The curb ramp located at the east end of the parking lot has a short pole that makes moving along the ramp difficult. The Pearl Street parking lot has designated parking spaces and is in good repair. The designated parking spaces closest to the venue do not have signs to indicate their location. There routes are wide and level. There is a steep hill present that separates the upper Museum walking path and lower Riverfront walking paths. These paths connect near the north parking lot. Due to this configuration, the only way to transfer between the upper level and the lower level paths is at this transition. If entering the park from the south parking lot, the full length of the 775-foot long upper Museum path will need to be traversed in order to get to the Riverfront level. The same is true when traveling from the Riverfront path to the South parking lot. There are Men’s and Women’s multi-user style Restrooms available. The designated accessible stalls are narrow and do not have stall doors. There is a water feature along the Museum walking path. The waterfall level of the water feature is only accessible by stairs. There are no handrails. The stage on the hill area of the park has a ramp and a set of stairs. The ramp is has a slightly steep slope, and has no handrails. There is riverfront overlook present. This large viewing platform does not have handrails and there is a significant drop-off into the river at the ends of the platform. There is a covered Pavilion present by the Pearl Street Parking lot. At one end of the structure, there is a short set of steps present that lead down to a sidewalk. There is bench and table seating present available in the pavilion and there is bench seating available along the walking paths and the Riverfront overlook. The bench seating on the Riverfront overlook does not have seat backs.
  • Accessible Parking Options: Gerald R Ford Museum Parking Lot at 203 Pearl Street NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue. Gerald R Ford Museum Parking Lot at 377 Bridge Street NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue.
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  • Picnic Area:
  • Restrooms:
Parks
  • Park Type: City