Cascade, Michigan is an Outdoor Paradise

Enjoy Outdoor Fun in Cascade, Michigan 

Cascade Charter Township is situated in the southeastern section of Kent County, approximately 10 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. One of the most defining features of the Township is the Thorn Apple River, which divides the Township into east and west halves. The existence of charming and fun parks makes the community an exciting area to live in. Information can be found here.

Burton Park

Burton Park is approximately 80 acres and is located at 6805 Burton St.  The property is wooded with considerable topography and meadow areas.  It is intended that any changes to the property will only allow for passive recreational uses. Access to the property is from both Burton St, and Wind crest St.  The access point at Burton St is located at the east end of Burton Street.  There is a 6-car parking lot off from the Burton St entrance once you enter the property. See here for information about Grand Rapids Charter Township, Michigan is Chock-Full of Fun Spots.

Cascade Peace Park

Cascade Peace Park is approximately 198 acres in size.  This property consists of floodplain and meadow areas with extensive old-growth forests.  No improvements are on the property, and it is intended that any changes to the property will only allow for passive recreational uses. Cascade Peace Park is located at 8900 Grand River Ave. and can be accessed from two locations.  The access off from Bolt Drive is located at the west end of Bolt Dr on an unpaved section of the road.