Parks, Recreation & Culture
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There are plentiful park, recreation and cultural activities available in the City of Lowell including Stoney Lake off Bowes Road (pictured here) and the historic Lowell Showboat which is accessible from the Riverfront property on the Flat River.

The City operates six parks and owns other undeveloped park property that totals 175.87 acres including a 27-acre lake.
  • Recreation Park, 225 S. Broadway, 30 acres
  • Richards Park, 320 N. Hudson, 1.86 acres
  • Creekside Park, 1550 Gee Drive, 22.18 acres
  • McMahon Park, 830 Shepard Drive, 2.17 acres
  • Washington Street Property/Boy Scout Cabin, N. Washington, 27.3 acres
  • Stoney Lakeside Park, 1200 Bowes Road, 53 acres and 27-acre lake
  • Rogers Field / Moose Properties, 328 Front Street, 19.5 acres
  • Upper Bridge Property, 1245 Grand River, 19.86 acres
The City of Lowell owns and maintains the buildings that house the Englehardt Library and the Lowell Historical Museum.

Englehardt Branch – Kent District Library 
200 N. Monroe
Lowell, Mi. 49331 

Lowell Area Historical Museum 
325 W. Main St./ PO Box 81
Lowell, Mi. 49331

The City of Lowell is also home to the Lowell Dog Park located at Stoney Lakeside Park. It is a 31,000 square foot off-leash area divided in two areas for small and large dogs. The park is open year-round and is lighted until 10 p.m. There are benches, shade shelter and bag dispensers for cleaning up dog waste. There is no charge for visiting the park. For more information on the Lowell Dog Park, contact James and Eva Carey at 616-868-6387.

City of Lowell

301 East Main Street  •  Lowell, MI 49331  •  Phone: 616.897.8457  •  Fax: 616.897.4085  •
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