Whatever the season, Ada Township Parks & Recreation Department offers programs for all ages on a variety of topics. Take a walk with a naturalist, come try a new activity, listen to an exciting presentation, or see up-close wildlife!
February 27 6:30 pm– 8:00 pm
Roselle Park $3/ Adult $2/ Youth or $10/ Family
Blandford Nature Center will be presenting LIVE owls and artifacts to teach about local owls and their unique adaptations. Hands-on activities and learning stations will also be available. Pre-registration is required since space is limited. To email your registration click here
Hiking Yoga, and Cacao Workshop
February 15 9:00 am – 12 noon
Roselle Park $45 payable to Feral Yogi
Join Jenn Dodgson, Founder of Feral Yogi, for a three-hour winter wellness journey! Together we will embark on a one-hour winter hike followed by an indoor yoga and relaxation session and hot raw cacao ceremony.
Pre-registration required at firstname.lastname@example.org
Team registrations begin in February. Leagues for men’s slow pitch, fast pitch and coed slow pitch are offered for spring and summer. We begin accepting 2020 softball team registrations in February 2020, with forms and fees due by March 18, 2020. The entry fee is $735 per team which includes softballs, umpire fees, awards, MASA fees and tournament.
For more information contact the Park office or email@example.com
2020 Summer Youth Programs & Day Camps
For Ages 6-13 (teens may volunteer to help)
We will offer a range of summer youth programs in 2020 including 3-day long Day Camps and half-day themed activities. Activities will be held at both Ada and Roselle Parks. Our 2020 program information and registration packet should be available in February.
Contact the Park office for details or to be added to a mailing list.
School Based Programs
Opportunities for PreK-12 schools include guided field trips in the Parks, service learning projects, and rental of park facilities. For details, curriculum, fees if applicable, and scheduling, please contact the Park office.
Boy and Girl Scout Programs
Scout groups are welcome to the resources of Ada Parks and staff to help complete badge requirements, conduct field trips, or rent a facility. Contact the Park office for details, curriculum, fees, and scheduling.
Other Area Programs & Recreation Links
The Ada Township Parks & Recreation Department provides community members with opportunities for the enjoyment of nature and other recreational opportunities. However, there are additional local organizations that serve Ada residents. Below is a list of helpful links:
- T-Ball, Southeast YMCA (Call 616-285-9077)
- Baseball, Thornapple Valley Baseball League www.tvbl.org
- Soccer, American Youth Soccer Organization www.ayso-soccer.com
- Youth Golf, FHPS Community Services www.enjoylearning.com
- Cheer, FHPS Community Services www.enjoylearning.com
- Youth Basketball, FHPS Community Services www.enjoylearning.com
- Swim, FHPS Community Services www.enjoylearning.com
- Children and Nature Network www.childrenandnature.org
Both Forest Hills and Lowell Public Schools offer a wide variety of youth and teen sport camps during the summer. Visit their websites for more information at www.fhps.k12.mi.us and www.lowellschools.com.
The Forest Hills Public Schools Community Services offers classes in computers, languages, exercise, sciences and visual arts for both adult and children. Check out their website for a complete list at www.enjoylearning.com.