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  Our Parks....
          Your Pleasure...

 What will you do first?

 With so many outdoor amenities and activities...

 

Will you gather with your fellow campers at Big Bend and start a tournament using one of our dedicated Cornhole or 18 hole Disc Golf areas?

Will you sit back, relax, and watch the fish bite?

Will you embrace West Michigan's majestic lakes, rivers, and forests by biking, hiking, or running on the "The Dragon Trail"? 

For more information on Michigan’s DRAGON at Hardy Dam visit www.thedragon.us

There is something for everyone here at Big Prairie Township Parks! 

 

We look forward to seeing you at one of our summer events: Movie Night, Hayrides, and More.....

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Big Bend Park
Oxbow Park

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Operator's Village Day Park

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Big Bend Park is located on the Big Muskegon River near the Hardy Dam.  The Park features 17 miles of waterway for boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing. We offer docks, showers, water, and electricity, sewage disposal, playgrounds, and picnic areas.  The brilliant fall colors with the blue waters are a breathtaking site.  Both parks have cabins, playgrounds, a beach, docks, bathhouses, pavilion and a dump station.  We are family and pet friendly and we're open all year long!

Like Big Bend Park, Oxbow is also located on the Big Muskegon River near the Hardy Dam.  The Park features water front access for boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing. We offer docks, showers, water, and electricity, sewage disposal, playgrounds, and picnic areas.  The brilliant fall colors with the blue waters are a breathtaking site.  Both parks have cabins, playgrounds, a beach, docks, bathhouses, pavilion and a dump station.  We are family and pet friendly and we're open all year long, too!

This public facility is located in the shadows of Hardy Dam, providing hours of fun for all with it's beaches, pavilion, and picnic areas.  This public recreation facility is part of a Consumers Energy hydroelectric dam project licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  It is open to all members of the public without regard to race, color, religious creed or national origin.

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