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Battle Creek Parks & Gardens

• A WorldWeb.com Travel Guide to Parks & Gardens in Battle Creek, MI, Michigan.
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Linear Park in Battle Creek runs features more than 18 mi (30 km) of paved trails that provide access to fishing areas, picnic spots and more. While jogging, in-line skating, biking or walking, take notice of the 50 educational signs designed to teach users about the historic and cultural points of interest found in Battle Creek. This park is accessible from Riverview and Bailey parks, Kellogg Community College, and McCamly Street.
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Bailey Park takes up more than 80 acres of land in Battle Creek, containing three baseball stadiums, sand volleyball course, a playground and many other recreational opportunities. Picnics often take place underneath the numerous trees.
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Located between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, Fort Custer Recreation Area provides facilities for boating, biking, hiking, swimming and other activities. Inside the park is one of the few remaining oak barrens—widely spaced oak trees in a field of grass and wildflowers—found in Michigan.
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Established in 2003, the Leila Arboretum Society Children's Garden seeks to teach children about nature through a themed garden. Plant-related activities and educational programs are offered, as well as self-guided tours. Learn how different foods are made, how to eat healthy, what jobs worm do in a garden and even about different cultures.
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Historic Bridge Park is situated along the Kalamazoo River. Visitors can use the vast green space and treed areas for a variety of activities, including picnicking, hiking, bike riding, fishing, boating, bird watching, walking and observing wildlife, to many a few. Inside the park are several restored bridges that depict some of Michigan's transportation history.
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Leila Arboretum covers 72 acres and welcomes children to experience the sensory exploration of the outdoors. The facility also offers a number of community programs.
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Encompassing 300 acres of natural habitats, three lakes, forest areas, marshes and more, the Ott Biological Preserve is also home to a range of animals and plants. Visitors can animal and bird watch, hike and picnic. No motorized vehicles, flower picking, fishing or hunting is permitted.
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During the 1930s and 1940s, Kimball Pines County Park was planted with the idea that many of the trees would one day be harvested. Today, rows of pine trees still stand close together for visitors to see, making the park is the oldest standing group of urban pines in Michigan. Homes for many unique eco-systems are found inside and visitors can enjoy the hiking trails, picnic pavilions and scenic views.
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This park encompasses 16 Acres of scenic park and beach front property located on Goguac Lake. The swimming area is equipped with a lifeguard, picnicking and a pavilion rental option. The park is open year round.

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