399 84th St SE, Byron Center, MI 49315
The soccer fields at Brewer Park are used by teams from throughout the region and are in varying sizes to accommodate all age groups. The main recreation area of the park also has a ball diamond, courts for tennis, basketball and volleyball, a cricket pitch, and a scenic open picnic shelter available for rent. Brewer Park's 36 hole disc golf course is one of the oldest and most popular disc golf facilities in the area.
With ample parking and easy access to US-131, Brewer is the most active outdoor sports park in the Kent County Park system.
1251 Marquette SW, Wyoming, MI 49509
Marquette Park is located in the northern region of the City and serves as both a neighborhood park and a park for competitive soccer. It is also adjacent to Kimble Stadium and provides support facilities such as parking and restrooms for the stadium. Access to the park is from Judd Avenue, Marquette St., or Nagel Avenue. There is a small parking lot within the park and adjacent street parking. The Grand Rapids Rifle and Pistol Club also operate an indoor shooting range within the park and the City's only constructed Dog Park is located on the north east section immediately east of the Grand Rapids Rifle and Pistol Club. The Dog Park has its own parking immediately off of Nagel Avenue.
Dog Park-see Wyoming Dog Park below for more information
Shelter w/Grill (accommodates 16 people)
1655 Blandford Ave, Wyoming, MI 49519
Battjes Park is located in the northern region of the City with a small lake, neighborhood park facilities, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Access into the park is from Blandford Avenue into a parking lot. A second access point is available at the south end from Burton Street, but is not formally used. The park serves as both a neighborhood park and the larger regional area with unique fishing opportunities within the urban area.
2 Shelters w/ Picnic Areas (each shelter accommodates 16 people)
2561 Porter St SW, Wyoming, MI 49519
Available May 1 through September 30.
Lamar Park was originally opened in the 1930's. A new master plan for the park was developed in 1999 which planned for elimination of an old swimming beach and redevelopment of the old "Wyoming Fort" areas. Numerous renovations have been completed including a new Lamar Grandstand replacing the historic structure that burned. The park serves both as a neighborhood park as well as the focus for large community special events including holiday celebrations. The northern region of the park is currently undeveloped,but is the selected location for a future community center. Access is available from Porter Street, Roys Avenue, Chicago Drive, and Byron Center Avenue.
Splash Pad - Available June 1 through Labor Day (10 AM - 8 PM)
Map of New/Updated | Picnic Areas
5 Picnic Sections w/Grills (Sec. A-100 people, Sec. B-175 people, Sec C-100 people, Sec D-50 people, Sec. E-50 people)
Baseball Field w/ Grandstand & Restrooms
Sand Volleyball Courts
Shelter w/Electricity (accommodates 75 people)
Splash Pad (opens June 1st, closes Labor Day)
Little League Field