Connecting and Protecting the Macatawa River Corridor for our Community

Overview

The Macatawa River Greenway consists of a network of permanently protected public and private lands that wind their way through the heart of the Holland/Zeeland area. Wide community support has made the greenway possible thanks to partnerships between the ODC Network, Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Department, the City of Holland, the City of Zeeland, local townships, and other local organizations.

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Natural Areas & Recreation

The MRG features numerous parks and natural areas designed for wildlife habitat and human recreation. View the interactive map for directions and more information on recreational opportunities at each site.

Project Sites

The MRG Trail is a paved route across the greenway that connects Laketown and Park Townships all the way to Zeeland Township and beyond. Designed for both local and regional users, it connects our community to local parks as well as the Fred Meijer Kenowa Trail and Bike Route US-35, tying our pathways to Grand Rapids, Grand Haven, Saugatuck, and beyond. Use the map at right on your mobile device to follow the greenway trail across our area!

Project Clarity

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The Macatawa River Greenway consists of a network of permanently protected public and private lands that wind their way through the heart of the Holland/Zeeland area. Support from across the community has made the greenway possible thanks to partnerships between the ODC Network, Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Department, the City of Holland, the City of Zeeland, local townships, and other local organizations.

The ODC Network

The Macatawa River Greenway is a proud division of the ODC Network, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2000 with the purpose of advancing outdoor education and conservation in West Michigan.

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