Chief Hazy Cloud Park
Originally a small roadside park, Chief Hazy Cloud Park was expanded several years ago through the purchase of an adjacent natural area. Today, the park includes more than 4,700 feet of frontage on the Grand River and 122.6 acres of woods and wetlands. A small parking area provides river access in the original section of the park, perfect for boaters and fishers. Large sections of the park are currently undeveloped, but will eventually house additional parking and trails.
150 Pettis Ave NE
Ada, MI 49301
May 1 – October 31
7am to Sunset
A natural-surfaced trail of about a third of a mile explores the wooded areas and a back field of the park. One end of the trail is can be found on the road between the enclosed shelter and the nearby playground. The other end comes out in a wooded area along the trail to the ball diamonds.
Chief Hazy Cloud Park includes more than three-quarters of a mile of frontage along the Grand River, offering plenty of room for fishing in you own special spot. Because most of the park is undeveloped, some shoreline areas may take a little more effort to reach.
Water Trail Access Point
Canoes and Kayaks can be hand-launched into the Grand River from the banks of Chief Hazy Cloud Park. This is a good central point to access the water trails that spread along the major rivers throughout Kent County.