Parks & Recreation
Saginaw County Parks and Recreation Commission is a county-wide organization that operates seven parks throughout the county. These parks provide nearly 900 acres of parkland, including 21 miles of hiking trails, two boat launches, five fishing access sites, a swimming beach, picnic shelters, and many diverse recreation programs.
A draft of the Saginaw County Joint 5 Year Recreation Plan is available for public review concluding with a public hearing on Tuesday November 19, 2023.
|Imerman Memorial Park||8am - Dusk|
|Price Nature Center||8am - Dusk|
|Ringwood Forest||9am - Dusk|
|W.H. Haithco Recreation Area||9am - Dusk|
|Veteran's Memorial Park||Open Daylight Hours|
|Saginaw Valley Rail Trail||Open Daylight Hours|
|Saginaw River Headwaters Rec Area||Open Daylight Hours|
Accessibility AssistanceThe Saginaw County Parks and Recreation Commission complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. We will provide reasonable accommodations to assist people with disabilities to access and participate in our recreation programs, facilities, and services. For program registration information please call the Saginaw County Parks and Recreation Commission at (989) 790-5280. A TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) line is available by calling (989) 790-5568
In 2021, Saginaw County Parks & Recreation Commission completed an update of the County’s Park & Recreation “Americans With Disabilities Act Transition Plan”. A copy of the plan is available here.