Grand Haven, MI 49417
DirectionsFrom M-45, travel four miles north on 104th Avenue then east on North Cedar Drive to the entrance.
Amenities & Activities
- Boat launch (fee required)
- Picnic shelter (reservable)
- Barrier free fishing dock
- Picnic tables & grills
- Rustic toilets
- Newly completed Idema Explorers Trail access
- *Barrier free facilities include the picnic shelter, boat launch, fishing dock and toilets.
MapThis map shows amenities, parking areas, features and trails. With nearly one mile of frontage along the south bank of the Grand River, this 64 acre park is the perfect place for picnicking, boating or fishing. The park includes a boat launch (fee required), picnic shelter, large pond with a barrier free fishing dock and over 1,000 feet of grassy picnic area along the riverbank. Fishing is allowed along the riverbank and from the edge of the pond.
HoursMarch 1 through October 15: 7am to 10pm
October 16 through February 28: 7am to 8pm
An annual motor vehicle permit is required at the Riverside Park boat launch Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day (strictly enforced). Annual permits may be purchased at the Oaklea Store (near Riverside Park) May through August. They can also be purchased from lakeshore park entrance gates when fees are in effect (limited annual permit sales available at Rosy Mound and Olive Shores), at the Nature Education Center, or from the county parks office.
- Dogs are required to be leashed (10’ max) and under control at all times.
- Dogs are not permitted in restrooms, picnic shelters, off-trail, or as posted.
- Owners should note that hunting is allowed on the 30 acre peninsula extending to the east on land that is leased from the state.
- Owners must clean up after their pet and dispose of waste in a trash receptacle.
- Leader dogs for persons with disabilities are permitted in all areas at any time.
- Recognizing that most dogs enjoy running and playing freely, many Ottawa County Open Space Lands allow dogs year-round off leash.