VERSLUIS PARK CURRENT HOURS OF OPERATION: 8:00 a.m. - dusk, weekdays & weekends, except for Fridays the park will open at 10 a.m. to allow for weekly maintenance. There is no fee to enter the park. ***Please note that the entrance gate will be closed & locked promptly at each evening.
For more information, call (616) 363-9399 or email here.
VERSLUIS PARK RULES & REGULATIONS
The following are prohibited in Versluis Park:
The Kent County Sheriff's Department will be patrolling the park.
The Kent County Sheriff's Department or park staff may limit entry into Versluis Park due to safety concerns.
Swimming - Swimming at the park will be closed for the season and not allowed starting Monday, October 4th. However, the beach area will remain open.
Internal Trail Replacement - The entire park will be temporarily closed (approximately one week) in October for replacement of the internal trail system. Presently, a timeframe for that closure has not been determined. As the contractor’s schedule becomes available, a closure update will be posted on this webpage.
Versluis Park was created on the shore of a 50 acre man-made lake and designed to provide a fully accessible recreational experience. Today, the Park features beach and swimming areas, playground areas, picnic facilities, horseshoes & volleyball, and a fishing pier, boating, and one-mile paved walking trail. The sandy beach at Versluis Park is the perfect place to cool off during those hot days of summer. It's great fun for the entire family with barrier free access and clean restrooms.
Young and old alike can catch their limit of fish from the fishing pier. Barrier free wheelchair access, safety rails and seating make for an enjoyable family experience. A large variety of fish are found in Versluis Lake including bluegill, carp, catfish, crappies, gar and northern pike, large mouth, small mouth and rock bass, sunfish and walleye.
VERSLUIS LAKE WATER QUALITY TESTING INFORMATION
The state has tested the water in Versluis Lake for PFAS multiple times, with the most recent test conducted last July. The results of these tests have been consistent and indicate that PFAS levels in Versluis Lake are comparable to levels found in the Great Lakes. Based on this, the state has determined that the lake is safe for swimming and recreation. To download and view the latest test results summary letter, click here. To download and view the Versluis Lake test site map, click here.
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