Ask any knowledgeable real estate agent in Hudsonville and they’ll confirm that Hudsonville is one of the fastest-growing areas in West Michigan. This deeply connected community proudly hosts an annual fair, a number of parks and a 76-acre nature preserve of wetlands, prairies and woodlands. As you venture out to explore your new home, check out the parks and playgrounds, so wonderfully maintained by the City of Hudsonville.
Hughes Park: 40th Street and Van Buren St
Enjoy a round of family disc golf with an 18-hold, 9-basket course open to the public. When you’re done, hit the beach volleyball court, basketball courts, ball diamonds and playground.
Hillside Park: Off of Highland Drive, Southeast of Hudsonville Reformed Church in the Creek View Estates subdivision
This neighborhood park features a small playground and plenty of room for kickball and races. Bring a volleyball and pack a lunch to enjoy in the pavilion.
Veterans Park: 3275 Central Blvd
The park features statues representing the various branches of the US Military and a Memorial Wall and Stone with plaques honoring local military personnel. It’s the home of the annual Memorial Day ceremony, too.
Sunrise Park: 2600 Springdale St
Sunrise Park became a community gem in 2012 after the creation of the Rain Garden. The Rain Garden collects rainwater from the parking area and surrounding park, creating a large green space and promote a healthier environment. The park also includes covered pavilions, a tot lot for the young ones, a playground, ball diamonds, and a walking trail.