Parks

Park & Recreation Plan & Documents

Laingsburg Marketing Plan
Ordinance Laingsburg-Marketing-Recommendations-Plan-Final.pdf

Plans
Ordinance 2009-Park-Rec-Plan.pdf
Maps

Ordinance 2009-Park-Rec-Maps.pdf
Survey Ordinance 2009-Park-Rec-Survey-Results.pdf
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The City of Laingsburg maintains four public parks.  The following is a list of the parks and what the City of Laingsburg currently maintains at the parks.

Bates Scout Park - 900 West Street, Laingsburg MI 48848

Bates Scout Park is located on 18.5 acres northwest of town at West Street and Meridian Road.

View reservation calendar for Bates Scout Park. Please call Laingsburg City hall at (517) 651-6101 or (517) 651-5374 to reserve a pavilion at the park.

Recreational facilities include:

  • 2 pavilions (35’ x 65’ and 30’ x 40’), electricity, lights and water
  • Concessions Building
  • Flush Toilets (open in the summer only)
  • Lions Club storage building (30’ x 40’)
  • Water Pump
  • Flag Pole/ Announcement Board
  • Gravel and Grass parking areas
  • 30’ x 30’ concrete pad w/basketball hoop
  • 5 baseball diamonds w/backstops and fencing
  • 1 horseshoe pit
  • picnic tables, grills, benches and trash receptacles
  • Playground equipment including: swings, slides, merry go round, spring toys, climber and a play structure.
  • 4 sets of bleachers
  • Electrical outlets available
Bates Scout Park



McClintock Park - 255 E. McClintock Park, Laingsburg MI 48848

McClintock Park is approximately 4.5 acres in size, located between McClintock Street and High Street.

View reservation calendar for McClintock Park. Please call Laingsburg City hall at (517) 651-6101 or (517) 651-5374 to reserve a pavilion at the park.

Recreational facilities include:

  • Small Play Structure for young children
  • Restroom Building (open year round)
  • Picnic Pavilion area with grills and tables and electricity
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Sledding Hill
  • Large Play Structure for older children
  • Skate Park
  • Picnic tables and Benches
  • 2 Tennis Courts
  • 2 Volleyball Courts
  • 2 Paved parking areas (accessible from High Street & McClintock Street)
  • Walking Path




Memorial Park

Memorial Park is an area 25’ x 119’ located within the central business district near the post office.  The park includes benches, 7 Flagpoles flying the POW, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force and a large U.S. Flag.   It is landscaped along a lighted pathway with a brick memorial wall honoring veterans.  A drop box is available for appropriate flag disposal.





Abbott/Treat Street

Abbott/Treat Street is 1.5 acres in size and located southwest of town.  The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) currently uses the facility.