Spring Valley Park22 Votes
- Address: 2606 Mt Olivet Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49004, USA, 49004, United States
- Phone: +12693378191
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Fishing, Landmarks, Parks, Playgrounds
With a baseball court, golf course, soccer field, and tennis courts, Spring Valley Park is one of the best recreational areas in Kalamazoo. The park is home of a 3.2-mile trail, ideal for hikers and walkers from the city. This park is a great place to relax in the lap of nature. People also come here for boating and fishing. There is a picnic shelter that can accommodate 20 to 30 people. For the convenience of the visitors, the park also has some restrooms. Watching beautiful birds gathering around the lake is one of the favorite activities to the visitors.
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Spring Valley Park Reviews & Ratings
Very peaceful to go and just either sit and think about things or go for a walk. Nice to get a piece if mind every now and then. The only thing i would suggest is they get more tables/benches. Maybe even a second play area for the kids.
First time visiting this park. We went to try the disc golf course. We played the longs. The course had a fairly interesting mix of shots. The course does lack signage (Hint Hole one is near the southside of the bridge). Some signs showing where to go for the next tee, especially for #10, would be very helpful. For hole 10 you have to cross the bridge and walk a fair ways. Signage at each tee would be nice too. Most of the time, we were able to spot the basket or make a fairly good guess of where we needed to throw. I would play this course again. I WOULD recommend googling a course map to help find your way. I did use the restroom while at the park. The one I tried (I'm not sure if there are more restroom buildings), all of the stall locks were not functional. The inside looked a little older, but it was clean. All of the playgrounds we saw at the park looked nice.
Such a cute park! I come to this park with my boyfriend occasionally on a nice day and we like to frisbee golf here. The disc golf course has a unique layout with interesting hole variations in elevation and distance. There’s a lake there that you can kayak on, too!
It's a really nice park. The only down side to it is that, for some reason, this seems to be the go to spot for people who want to hold large get togethers while playing their music really loud. That and the bridge and other areas too are often over taken by thick gnat clouds. And even though we don't touch any plants we have ended up with itchy rashes after visiting there. So we don't go there as often as we would like to because of these things.
A favorite of mine to walk trails around lake and the did golf course is well put together.... 🌞