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Roselle Park Loop

  • 1010 Grand River Dr NE
  • Ada, MI 49301
  • Neighborhood:Northeast
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This 2.5-mile paved trail runs through a 240-acre nature preserve featuring wetlands, prairies, forests and Grand River frontage. The park also includes observation decks, a climbing wall and portable restrooms.

General
Beach, Parks & Trails
Information
  • Picnic Area:
  • Playground:
  • Open Shelter:
  • Restrooms:
Parks
  • Park Type: Township
Trail
  • Length: 2-5 Miles
  • Easy:
  • Biking:
  • Cross Country Skiing:
  • Nature Trails:
  • Hiking:
Accessibility
  • Getting Around the Venue: There are designated accessible parking spaces with adjacent access aisles in both parking lots.

    The Resource Building has men’s and women’s multi-user style restrooms available.

    The Silo Playground has picnic table and bench seating options available. These are located on grass or compressed woodchips away from pavement.

    The Silo overlook is accessed by stairs.

    The sidewalks are concrete.

    The park is primarily a seasonal wetland preserve, and park experience may change depending on the time of year.

    There are asphalt paths and unpaved ski trails present.

    There are periodic surface cracks in the asphalt paths through the park wetland areas.

    There is signage installed periodically along the asphalt paths through the park wetland area that provide a map of the trails. These signs are on grass and are located away from the asphalt paths.

    There are mile markers placed along the asphalt paths through the park wetland area. These markers are bold and contrasting.

    There are dog clean-up stations with waste disposal receptacles provided along the asphalt paths through the park wetland areas. These stations are on grass and are located away from the asphalt paths.

    There are benches provided along select sections of the asphalt paths through the park wetland paths. Several of these benches are on grass and do not have companion spaces, and are located away from the asphalt paths. There is significant distance between each bench location.

    There are several overlook areas present:

    The south wetlands overlook has two levels. The upper level is accessed by stairs, and there is a bench provided.

    The lower level has a ramp and there is no bench provided.

    The Wetland Boardwalk overlook has a shallow ramp up to the viewing area. There is a bench with companion space provided.

    The river overlook has high rails. There are seasonal portable toilets provided by the river overlook.


    The canoe launch is a significant distance from the parking lots. The slope of the launch is steep near the middle of the ramp. The slope surface is sand and grass.

    The Maxwell Warrin Troop bench and message board along the asphalt paths in the north wetlands area is on grass, and is located away from the paved path.
  • Accessible Parking Options: Roselle North Parking Lot at 1010 Grand River Drive NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue.

    Roselle South Parking Lot at 1010 Grand River Drive NW.— 0.0 miles from the venue.
General
Beach, Parks & Trails
Accessibility
  • Getting Around the Venue: There are designated accessible parking spaces with adjacent access aisles in both parking lots. The Resource Building has men’s and women’s multi-user style restrooms available. The Silo Playground has picnic table and bench seating options available. These are located on grass or compressed woodchips away from pavement. The Silo overlook is accessed by stairs. The sidewalks are concrete. The park is primarily a seasonal wetland preserve, and park experience may change depending on the time of year. There are asphalt paths and unpaved ski trails present. There are periodic surface cracks in the asphalt paths through the park wetland areas. There is signage installed periodically along the asphalt paths through the park wetland area that provide a map of the trails. These signs are on grass and are located away from the asphalt paths. There are mile markers placed along the asphalt paths through the park wetland area. These markers are bold and contrasting. There are dog clean-up stations with waste disposal receptacles provided along the asphalt paths through the park wetland areas. These stations are on grass and are located away from the asphalt paths. There are benches provided along select sections of the asphalt paths through the park wetland paths. Several of these benches are on grass and do not have companion spaces, and are located away from the asphalt paths. There is significant distance between each bench location. There are several overlook areas present: The south wetlands overlook has two levels. The upper level is accessed by stairs, and there is a bench provided. The lower level has a ramp and there is no bench provided. The Wetland Boardwalk overlook has a shallow ramp up to the viewing area. There is a bench with companion space provided. The river overlook has high rails. There are seasonal portable toilets provided by the river overlook. The canoe launch is a significant distance from the parking lots. The slope of the launch is steep near the middle of the ramp. The slope surface is sand and grass. The Maxwell Warrin Troop bench and message board along the asphalt paths in the north wetlands area is on grass, and is located away from the paved path.
  • Accessible Parking Options: Roselle North Parking Lot at 1010 Grand River Drive NW. — 0.0 miles from the venue. Roselle South Parking Lot at 1010 Grand River Drive NW.— 0.0 miles from the venue.
Information
  • Picnic Area:
  • Playground:
  • Open Shelter:
  • Restrooms:
Parks
  • Park Type: Township
Trail
  • Length: 2-5 Miles
  • Easy:
  • Biking:
  • Cross Country Skiing:
  • Nature Trails:
  • Hiking: