Seidman Park

With its rolling hills and valleys, Seidman Park invites visitors to explore more than 400 acres of woods, fields and wetlands. Interconnected loops of natural-surfaced trails total nearly five miles in length, offering a variety of hiking experiences.

Two parking lots with seasonal restrooms provide access to the north and south regions of the trail network. Additionally, visitors can reach Seidman via Ada Township’s paved multi-use trail which runs along the north and south borders of the park.


8155 Conservation Rd
Ada, MI 49301


Open Year Round
7am to Sunset
Off-Season Information

Cross-Country Skiing
Nature Observation


Cross Country Skiing

In the winter, Seidman Park is open for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The trails at Seidman are not groomed but they receive regular use so the path is usually easy to follow.

  • Various interconnecting loops offer a total of 5 miles of ungroomed trails
  • Portable restroom available at the north parking lot off Honey Creek Ave
  • Parking lot is ungated and plowed on weekdays

Hiking Trails

Various loops of natural-surfaced trails allow visitors to easily explore the different environments found in the park. Trail lengths range from an easy quarter mile loop off the south parking lot, to roughly four miles if you follow the entire perimeter of the system. Wayfinding maps are posted at major trail intersections to help you find your way around the park. The natural-surfaced trails at Seidman are open to foot traffic and closed to bikes, motorized uses and equestrians. Dogs are allowed but they must be kept on leashes to protect wildlife at the park and out of respect for other trail users.

Ada Township Trail

The paved multi-use Ada Trail runs along the west and south borders of Seidman Park. The Ada Trail connects Seidman Park to downtown Ada, Roselle Park, Cannonsburg State Game Area and many other locations.

Nature Observation

With more than 400 acres of diverse habitat, Seidman is a haven for various types of wildlife. The Pileated Woodpecker is just one example of the many birds and animals attracted to the parks extensive woods, wetlands and open fields.

Permanent Orienteering Course

Locate 13 hidden checkpoints by compass and map beginning at either the Honey Creek trailhead kiosk or the Conservation trailhead kiosk. To download a course map, click here.

Seidman Park