Roselle Park (1010 Grand River Drive NE.) is a 240 acre nature preserve. This park was formerly home to the Ada Beef Company and today features natural and restored beauty as well as the Roselle Park multi-purpose building which opened in 2016. This multi-purpose facility is used for Parks Programming, meetings, and other educational events, but also serves as a resource space that can be rented by the public for a variety of special events.
A paved trail leads from the parking lot to the Grand River. Along the trail, there is a river overlook and canoe landing as well as the Woodrick Memorial wetland observation deck, restored natural streams and waterways and native wetland and prairie vegetation. The silo area features a natural-themed playground, climbing wall, picnic tables, and silo observation deck (open during special events). Paved and mowed natural trails wind through wetlands, prairies and forests--providing good opportunities to view wildlife and migrating birds. Wearing insect repellent is advised. No bikes on natural trails please. Roselle Park provides great opportunities for cross-country skiing in the winter, and trail heads are marked.
For information regarding rental opportunities at Roselle Park click here.
- Trails (Park Map)
- Multi-Purpose Building
- Observation Deck
- Playground & Climbing Wall
- Natural Areas & Wetlands
- River Shoreline
*Dog Policy - dogs must be kept on a leash at all times & waste must be cleaned and properly disposed of.*