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PARKS & RECREATION

Parks

CONTACT INFORMATION

Vanessa Street

Parks & Recreation Director

(269) 381-4382

Comstock Township Parks

From the scenic Peer Park to the beach side Robert Morris Park, the Charter Township of Comstock is filled with parks to encourage activity, socialization and engagement within our community. Offering a range of activities, including baseball diamonds, disc golf courses, playgrounds, memorials, grills and trails, our parks aren’t the only reason to visit Comstock Township, but they’re definitely one of the best!

Wenke Softball Complex

Located at River Oaks County Park

Fast Facts

  • There are four fields available for play at the Wenke Softball Complex.
  • The complex is home to both youth and adult softball and baseball.
  • Includes restrooms, a concession stand, lighting, covered dugouts and more.
Robert Morris Park

Located at 8415 East H Avenue

Fast Facts

  • Opened in 1968 as, “Campbell Lake Park,” the park was renamed in 1975.
  • Admission fees are charged all year, with annual permits available.  For further details, please click here.
  • Includes swimming, fishing, a playground, a disc golf course and more
Fleetwood Park

Located on Shadow Lane in Galesburg

Fast Facts

  • Donated in 1997, the park structure was added in 1998.
  • A Clean Michigan Initiative grant was submitted on behalf of the park.
  • Includes an accessible shelter and table, play structures, swings and more.
McLinden Nature Trails

Located at 7405 East H Avenue

Fast Facts

  • Named after lifelong resident and dedicated citizen, Fred McLinden, in 1984.
  • A joint effort between Comstock Township and the City of Kalamazoo.
  • Features over two miles of trails that have been in existence since 1979.
Cooper Park

Located at 26th Street and Oran Street

Fast Facts

  • Officially named after the famous author, James Fenimore Cooper.
  • Swans have visited and taken up residence on Cooper Pond since 1969.
  • Situated on the previous location of the Percival-Loveland Mill.
Merrill Park

Located on River Street at Comstock Avenue

Fast Facts

  • Merrill Park was the first official park recognized by Comstock Township.
  • Offers an excellent place to fish on the Kalamazoo River.
  • Includes playground equipment, basketball courts and plenty of open space.
Peer Park

Located at 26th Street and E Michigan Avenue

Fast Facts

  • A quaint and peaceful green space, perfect for quiet contemplation.
  • Serves as the venue for Comstock’s annual Arbor Day celebration.
  • Includes picnic tables, benches and historic memorials.
Green Meadow Park

Located at 5510 East Cork Street

Fast Facts

  • With its wide-open space, the park is an excellent place for youth activities.
  • Scenic and serene, Green Meadow Park is a calming, quiet getaway.
  • Includes a baseball diamond utilized for 11 – 14 year old athletes.
North and South Wenke Parks

Located on the North and South sides of King’s Highway

Fast Facts

  • One of the attractions is a miniature lighthouse and gazebo.
  • The Kalamazoo River flows past the bank of North Wenke Park.
  • Includes fishing areas, picnic tables, grills and plenty of open space.
River Villa & Jan Schau Wildflower Walk

Located behind Comstock Community Center on Michigan Avenue

Fast Facts

  • The Wildflower Walk offers a beautiful view of the River Villa Preserve.
  • Walk the winding trails, surrounded by the beauty of nature.
  • The 60 – 90 minute walk encourages activity, wellness and engagement.