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Recreation & Parks


Open the Door to Adventure.

Winter, spring, summer or fall, we’ll open the door to adventure. Fish, swim, water ski, sail or boat in one of Kalamazoo County’s 83 lakes with public access. Or feel the sand in your toes along the majestic shores of Lake Michigan—just a 45-minute drive away.

Around every corner here, there is a park or trail with areas for family picnics, biking, hiking, or horseback riding. When the snow flies, welcome to our winter wonderland. Head to our local ski resorts and toboggan runs, or hit the trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.



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K-Zoo Skate Zoo Skatepark

1502 Ravine Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49004
Phone: (269) 345-9550
K-zoo Skate Zoo is Michigans Oldest Skateboard Park. Skater Owned and Operated Since 1990.

The Skate Zoo allows Skateboarding, Inline skating and Bikes (bikes-weekdays only/w full membership). We have the best ... More

Kal-Haven Trail

325 W. James Street
Lawrence, MI 49064
Phone: (269) 637-2788
The former Kalamazoo and South Haven Railroad track bed has been converted to a biking/hiking/cross-country/snowmobile trail.

The trail runs 34 miles.....beginning on Kalamazoos west side to the town of South Haven, ... More

Kalamazoo Marathon

261 E. Kalamazoo Avenue, Suite L400
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Phone: (269) 345-1113
This USATF certified course provides a scenic and diverse tour of Kalamazoo, including parks, trails, the downtown mall, neighborhoods and Western Michigan University. You will find course excitement all along ... More

Kalamazoo Nature Center

7000 N. Westnedge Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Phone: (269) 381-1574
The Kalamazoo Nature Center was voted the number one nature center in the nation by other nature centers -featuring indoor and outdoor activities for all ages. Its Interpretive Center features ... More

Kalamazoo River

2900 Lake Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Phone: (269) 383-8778
The 135-mile Kalamazoo River has 27 riverfront developments, parks and access sites, offering opportunities for fishing canoeing, boating and other aquatic activities. For canoeing ortrail information, please call. More

Kalamazoo River Valley Trail

2900 Lake Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
Phone: (269) 383-8778
The Kalamazoo River Valley Trail will encompass 35 miles of non-motorized, paved surface from Battle Cree ... More

Kellogg Bird Sanctuary

3700 East Gull Lake Drive
Hickory Corners, MI 49060
Phone: (269) 671-5117
The Sanctuary, located in Augusta, Michigan, is a unique wildlife center, offering both walkable trails and public education programs, and is open to visitors year round. More

Kellogg Forest

7060 N. 42nd
Augusta, MI 49012
Phone: (269) 731-4597
The Kellogg Forest is a multiple use facility conducting research and extension projectsand is open to the public.

Activities include bow hunting, fishing, biking, hiking on several interpretive trails, horseback riding, ... More

KL Avenue Preserve

8829 W. KL Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Phone: (269) 324-1600
KL Avenue Preserve is a public nature preserve owned by the Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy, More

Knollwood Disc Golf Park

Near Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
The Knollwood Disc Golf Park beginner course entirely through the woods with a small pond and stream. Its fairways are covered with wood chips.

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