Hayes Park

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Hayes Park is located at 9200 Midland Rd, Freeland, Mi. 48623, situated on “Old Midland” Road just North of the intersection with M-47.


* Annual free “Concerts in the Park” (Wednesdays in June, July, August)
* Free Kids Summer Recreation Program (held Wednesdays in June, July, August)
* Disc Golf course (year round): 24 holes
* 2 Sand Volleyball courts
* 2 Pavilions (seats about 120 people & available for rent)
* Band shell (available for rent in conjunction with one pavilion)
* Sled hill
* Freeland Christmas Lights
* 7 Regulation size horseshoe courts
* 2 Ball diamonds
* 2 Basketball hoops
* 2.5 miles of Walking trails
* Annual Children’s Fishing event in conjunction as well with Walleye Festival
* Playground Equipment
* Three acre catch and release fishing pond
* Approximately 200 parking spaces

70 Acres

Hayes Park Map

Reserve a Pavilion
To reserve a pavilion or the band shell at the park, contact the Township Office at (989) 695-9512.

picnic tables   bandshell
Pavilion Rentals   Bandshell Rentals
Two pavilions are available within walking distance of each other.
Pavilion Information:
  • Seats 120 people
  • Includes picnic tables
  • Large outdoor grill
  • Electrical outlets
  • Restroom facility within walking distance
  • Playground, basketball court, beach volleyball court, and horseshoe pits within walking distance
  • Beautiful surrounding grounds
To Reserve
Fill out the Rental Agreement provided here and call the Township Office at (989) 695-9512 to confirm available dates.
  Must also rent one pavilion in conjunction with a Bandshell Rental.

To Reserve
Fill out the Rental Agreement provided here and call the Township Office at (989) 695-9512 to confirm available dates.
Winter Fun!
Recommendations for enjoying the sled hill:

  • Adults should always supervise children while they are sledding.
  • Make sure the hill is safe: Avoid steep slopes and hills with holes or obstacles in the sledding path. Do not sled on hills that end near a street, parking lot, pond, or other danger.
  • Be aware of the people around you. Wait until the hill is clear of other sledders to avoid collisions.
  • The use of protective equipment, especially a fitted helmet, is strongly encouraged.
  • Never go down a hill headfirst; sit facing forward with your feet pointing downhill and steer. Sledding head first increases the risk of head injury.
  • Use a sled that can steer rather than a saucer, disc, or tube.
  • Know how to stop your sled or turn by dragging your feet. If your sled won’t stop or if you are out of control, roll off your sled and onto the ground.
  • Wear warm and layered clothing to protect from injuries and the cold.
Disc Golf
Check out this page for all information regarding Disc Golf at  Hayes Park!