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2880 West David Highway Recreation Passport Required: Yes
Ionia, MI 48846 Approximate Size: 4500 (Acres)
Phone Number: (616) 527-3750 Unit Map
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Cross Country SkiingEquestrian
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Metal DetectingMichigan State Park Explorer Program
Mountain BikingPaddlesports
BeachBeach House
Boat LaunchDog Trial Area
Electrical ServiceEquestrian Camping
Group Use AreaMini Cabin
Modern RestroomsPicnic Area
Picnic ShelterSanitation Station
Vault Toilet
Ionia Equestrian-Rustic
(800) 447-2757
49 site(s), $18
Equestrian, Equestrian Camping, Rustic Site, Vault Toilet
Ionia-Camper Cabins
(800) 447-2757
2 site(s), $96, $86 (off-season)
Barrier-free Facilities, Beach, Fishing, Modern Restrooms, Paddlesports, Picnic Area, Swimming, Watchable Wildlife, Winter Camping
Ionia-Group Use Area
(616) 527-3750
0 site(s), Contact the park
Group Use Area, Rustic Site, Vault Toilet
(800) 447-2757
100 site(s), $20, $17 (semi modern-off season rate)
Electrical Service, Mini Cabin, Modern Restrooms
Ionia-Chief Cob-Moo-Sa Trail
Trail Length: 9.00 (Miles)
Hiking, Mountain Biking
Ionia-Cross-Country Ski Trails
Trail Length: 10.50 (Miles)
Cross Country Skiing
Ionia-Equestrian Trails
Trail Length: 15.00 (Miles)
Trail Length: 3.50 (Miles)
Cross Country Skiing, Hiking
Rolling hills, babbling brooks, open meadows, forested ridges; a lake nestled in the hills and a river winding its way through woods and fields -- that's Ionia Recreation Area. Dammed waterfowl flooding, wildflowers, and more than 199 species of birds have been seen in this park.

Ionia Recreation Area Events
GO--Get Outdoors Calendar of Events
Calendar of Volunteer Stewardship Workdays
Field Trial Calendar

Rolling hills, babbling brooks, open meadows, forested ridges, a lake nestled in the hills and a river winding its way through woods and fields -- that's Ionia Recreation Area. The 4,500 acres of flat to rolling terrain is a mixture of open field, mature hardwood forest, and pine plantations. Four miles of Grand River floodplain follow the river course on the north border of the park. Dammed waterfowl floodings and other wetlands dot the park. Wildflowers abound. Birding is excellent with more than 199 species identified by the Audubon Society.


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