Ross Park is a 43 acre park located on the south side of Mona Lake on Randall Road at Wellesley. Home to our summer and fall softball leagues as well as a newly renovated disc golf course. Ross Park is also the scene of our annual Arts & Drafts Festival, and community picnic held on […]
Lake Harbor Park
Lake Harbor Park is a 189 acre park located on Lake Harbor Road, just north of the Mona Lake Channel. The park has over 4000 feet on Lake Michigan, 2000 feet on the Mona Lake Channel and 1500 feet on Mona Lake. The park can be accessed by foot, bike, car or boat.
Black Lake Park
Black Lake Park is a 58 acre parcel, located near the southern boundary of Norton Shores, between Wood Road and the eastern shoreline of Little Black Lake. The park provides passive recreation opportunities for nature lovers with a number of bird, animal and plant species to observe.
Hidden Cove Park
Hidden Cove Park is a 20 acre park located at the eastern entrance to Norton Shores and is the City’s third park on Mona Lake. The property was acquired from the State and County in the fall of 1986. The City of Norton Shores is proud that upon the entrance to Hidden Cove Park is […]
Avondale is a 2 acre park located in the East Broadway neighborhood. This neighborhood park has many recreational features including play equipment, volleyball area, and basketball court. There are picnic tables as well as grills located within the park for public use. The most recent update to the park is new playground equipment, please click […]
Chapman Veurink Park
Chapman Veurink Park is a 2 acre neighborhood park located in Norton Shores. The park has a large play area which includes a playground, swings, and other small play equipment suitable for both toddlers and children of all ages. There are picnic tables located within the park shaded by dozens of large oak trees all […]
Hess Park is Norton Shore’s smallest neighborhood park located in Norton Shores. The park has picnic tables as well as a playset with plenty of shade! There are multiple grassy openings on both sides of the playset for recreational games.