Bronson Park34 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 200 S Rose St, Kalamazoo, MI 49007, USA, 49007, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-2693378191
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Landmarks, Parks, Playgrounds
This is Kalamazoo’s oldest park, and is one of the popular attractions of the place. The park is spread over 3.5 acres and boasts many beautiful fountains, sculptures, and memorials. There are plenty of picnic table in the park indicating that this place is open to public for a family picnic or outing. The park has been Kalamazoo’s social and political heart for centuries. Often referred to as Kalamazoo’s ‘front porch’, Bronson park is known for its lush green surroundings and historical significance. The park is also a venue to some wonderful music events.
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How to Reach Bronson Park
- Buses 1 and 16 to stop- Park at South (NE Corner)
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Bronson Park Reviews & Ratings
Freddy's food Hut was outstanding. Wonderful cheery people wonderful service the brisket was to die for just melt in your mouth. Can't wait to come back and to have some more of Fred's fantastic food. I can't say too much for the park though I think the layout in fact I know the layout could be much better than it is. But if you want to try some really good food I would highly recommend Freddy's food hat it's a big red truck you can't miss it.
Pleasant downtown park that always seems to have something going on. the only downside is the homeless population is usually pretty present here. However, that said, I've never had a problem with any of the homeless people in the park, and they generally keep to themselves. During the daytime, there's no reason why men, women and supervised children shouldn't feel comfortable in the park. Nighttime is another story.
They took the fountain and reflecting pool out and filled them in with grass. Not very impressive if you ask me. The flower beds are very nice and well kept. Nice trees and many shady benches to sit on. Convenient metered parking.
It's awesome, there is definitely a homelessness issue in Kalamazoo. And this is where they go when it's nice out, it's does not make it bad though just something you may see. in the winter it's amazing and all lit up, so beautiful. Also a new years Eve party center in dec. 31st, which is kid friendly and fun!
I love Bronson Park. I would go here every Christmas to walk through candy cane lane. I love p The other events that are out on here also.