Recreation Programs - Adult,Youth & Families

Whatever the season, Ada Township Parks & Recreation Department offers programs for all ages on a variety of topics. Take a walk with a naturalist, enjoy a nature program with your preschooler, learn about birds of prey or bats while you get an up-close view of these beautiful and interesting animals, wander through the Roselle Park River Festival in September, or try your skills at cross-country skiing or snowshoeing! 

Discovery Days preschool programs are offered monthly for ages 3-5 with a parent or guardian. Get outside for a fun morning of nature study, hands-on activities, games, and a craft.

Contact the park office to register for a program.


Ada Park Spring/Summer Brochure

Ada Parks Spring Adult/Family Programs

Ada Parks Summer Youth Programs Registration Packet

Ada Kids' Garden Registration Packet

Ada Village Kids' Garden

The Ada Kids’ Garden program meets Tuesdays from April through September. Kids, ages 9-12, will learn good gardening techniques, and get their hands dirty as they plant and weed their own garden and then sell their produce at the Ada Farmers Market. 4-H Junior Master Gardener (JMG) certification is an option again this year through a partnership with the MSU County Extension! Look for the 2018 registration packet in February.

Ada Kids' Garden registration packet

"Birds and Bird Feeders" Adult/Family Program

It was a great day to build bird feeders at Roselle Park!

2017 Soccer Group Canoe 2017 Group Survival 2017 Shelter 4 2017 Sports River Deck 2017 Art Watercolor On Deck 2017 Softball Sam Survival 2017 Games Preschool 2017 Worms

Ada Park Summer youth programs and Kids' Garden program for 2018

Get outside, meet new friends, and have fun! Every summer, Ada Parks offers 9 weeks of outdoor adventures for ages 3-13. Half-day programs are offered every month as well as six 3-day camp experiences with exciting themes such as “Arts in the Park”, “Sports Spectacular”, “Eyes on Survival”, “Bugs to Bears”, “Pioneer Days”, and “Water Eco-Adventures”. This year programs for ages 10-13 included canoeing, horseback riding, and exploring west Michigan’s rivers and wetland ecosystems. Look for the 2018 registration packet in February and check out the pictures from 2017 summer programs in the flyer below.

Summer Youth Program registration packet

End of Summer 2017 flyer

2017 Sports Scout Chair Fishing 2017 Alexis With Fish