Parks and Recreation

2120 76th Street, SW, Byron Center, MI  49315
  Phone: (616) 878-1998
Byron Township Recreation Fan Page

Crystal Laska
Recreation Director

Tammy Kolenda
Recreation Programmer
Senior Programs, Enrichment Programs

Dakota Francoeur
Facility Manager
Special Events
Adult Sports Leagues

Byron Township owns and operates three parks. Park properties and facilities are available for rental.

Byron Township is also home to Kent County's Douglas Walker Park on 84th Street and the Kent Trails.

Whistle Stop Park (59 acres), 2120 - 76th Street

  • Baseball & Softball Fields (youth and adult)
  • Play Equipment
  • 2.5 Acre Catch and Release Fishing Pond
  • Walking Trail
  • Soccer Fields
  • Football Fields
  • Pavilion & Picnic Area
  • Volleyball Court

Bicentennial Park (39 acres) 8085 Byron Center Avenue

  • Tennis Courts
  • Play Equipment
  • Pavilion & Picnic Area
  • Basketball Courts
  • Shuffleboard Courts
  • Baseball & Softball Fields
  • Skate Park 

Cutler Park (8 acres), 6701 Cutler Park Drive 

  • Tennis Courts
  • Play Equipment
  • Baseball & Softball Fields
  • Soccer Field
  • Basketball Courts

Bicentennial Park has received Federal funds from the National Park Service.  Regulations of the U.S. Department of Interior strictly prohibit unlawful discrimination in departmental federally-assisted programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, age and handicap.

Byron Township, MI
8085 Byron Center Avenue, Byron Center, MI 49315
Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.