Versluis Park15 Votes
- Address: 3650 Versluis Park NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525, USA, Plainfield Charter Township, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6163639399
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Versluis Park had been set up around a fifty-acre manmade lake which was basically designed to offer wide variety of recreational activities. The park is accessible by public from 11:00am to 8:00 pm throughout the year. During summer, the swimming beach is also opened for the visitors. Other features of Versluis Park include –
- Picnic shelters
- Horseshoe pits
- Charcoal grills
- Canoeing and kayaking launchers
Swimming sessions are supervised here by proficient life guards. If you love fishing, then you would be pleased to avail of the fishing facilities offered by the park.
How to Reach Versluis Park
- Rented car / taxi
Versluis Park Reviews & Ratings
It's a tiny little lake off the Grand River but it is nice and clean! They also have a ramp for those who are handicap but still want to enjoy the water. It is 10 bucks to get in which is fairly expensive but they keep it well maintained and have life guards.
Went there for the first time today. Will not return or recommend to my family and friends. Nice park. But there’s this one guy(big and burly type) who runs it like he is a warden of a prison. Walking around asking to check people’s coolers and continually harassing people about the rules. I understand rules but when you are constantly harping on people the fun family come to have is taken away. Even witnessed him kick out a 9year for having a swimming goggles on with a nose cover. Instead of speaking to the parents of the kid. He went directly to the kid and told him to get out and leave. How can anyone enjoy their selves when the warden walks around on his walk-in talkie always looking for something. Sad that it happens that way. I’m sure nothing will change and that’s why I will never be back and warn others of this place. 👎🏽👎🏽👎🏽
Beautiful beach and park/playground area, however having to pay $10 just to enter the park, whether you’re swimming or not seems excessive. My wife and I came here to use the beach and the lake. The sand was incredibly hard (not enough of it), and area that you are able to swim in, can quickly and easily become busy, because it is so small. Also some of the rules are ridiculous like no food, swimming goggles/mask, or rafts.
I really love to swim here, the water is so clear. They always make sure it's nice and clean. But I do have one problem with this place. There's a little area where you can walk on this platform that's underwater. I like it, but the wood is sort of falling apart, and there's some places with extremely slippery. But if that was fixed, I would definitely give this ten out of ten.
A wonderful beach and playground! My family loves this beach, it's small and safe and has a lifeguard on duty. A perfect day trip for $10!