Kent County Parks

Millennium Park - Maps & Directions

Park Location

The recreation core at Millennium Park, including the beach and splashpad, is located at:

1415 Maynard Ave SW
Walker, MI 49534-7022

Map to Millennium Park

Directions to the Park

From U.S. 131

  1. Exit at Wealthy Street (Exit 84A).
  2. Follow Wealthy St west to the four-way stop sign at Butterworth Drive (1.3 miles).
  3. Turn west (left) on Butterworth Dr.
  4. After 1/2 mile you will pass under I-196 and the northern tip of Millennium Park will be on your left. A drive immediately on your left leads to the Kent Trails trailhead.
  5. To reach the beach and Recreation Core of the park, continue 2.2 miles on Butterworth after passing under I-196 to the four-way stop sign at Maynard Ave.
  6. Turn south (left) on Maynard and continue 0.8 miles to the Recreation Core entrance on your right.

From I-196

  1. From the east, exit at Grandville Walker (exit 70). From the west, exit at Wilson Ave/Walker (exit 70B).
  2. Follow Wilson Ave west (passing under I-196) to the stop light at Butterworth Dr. (0.3 miles)
  3. Turn north (right) on Butterworth and continue one mile to Veteran's Memorial Drive on your right.
  4. Follow Veteran's Memorial Drive to the stop sign at Maynard, then turn left.
  5. After 0.3 miles, you'll reach the Recreation Core entrance on your left.

Maps of Millennium Park

Park Trails

The Meijer Millennium Trail Network includes more than 15 miles of paved and natural-surfaced trails. Click on the map to the right for a printable trail map.

Recreation Core and Beach Area

The park's Recreation Core includes the beach, splashpad, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and other recreational facilities.

Contact Us

Kent County Parks

1700 Butterworth SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49534-7065
(616) 632-PARK (7275)
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(616) 538-5050

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