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Parks and Recreation: Seasonal Park Events and Activities

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* Camping
* Disc Golf

* Park Shelter Rentals

* Fall Color Fest

* Snow Tubing and Cross Country Skiing
* Swimming

* Weddings at the Parks



Cade Lake County Park offers 44 electric sites, 18 non-electric sites, and modern restrooms and showers.


Disc Golf

Meyer Broadway Park has an 36 hole disc golf course. The course is open during park hours and there is no fee to play.


Park Shelter Rentals

St. Joseph County Parks has the perfect place for your next family or company outing. Shelters are available at Cade Lake County Park, Meyer Broadway Park, Rawson’s King Mill Park, and Nottawa Park. Shelter reservations can be made starting January 1, of the previous year. To make a reservation, stop by the Parks Headquarters at 602 E. Main Street in Centreville or call (269) 467-5519. Reservations fill quickly, so please contact the parks office early for available dates and fee information.

More Information: Shelter Rentals and Group Outings page.


Fall Color Fest

Join St. Joseph County Parks at Meyer Broadway Park the second Sunday in October for the Annual Fall Color Fest, a stop on the Three Rivers Area Fall Color Tour. Enjoy the Scarecrow Contest, family activities, bands, and other seasonal attractions. For more information, call (269) 467-5519.


Snow Tubing and Cross Country Skiing

Snow TubingGrab your mittens and hat and enjoy hours of exciting snow tubing at Meyer Broadway Park on one of our tubing hills. Sleds are not permitted but we provide the tubes! Groomed cross-country ski trails are also available seven days a week - weather and temperature permitting.

Winter Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Call (269) 467-5519 for current weather conditions



St. Joseph County Parks boasts two beaches at Nottawa Park and Cade Lake County Park.


Weddings at the Parks

Rawson’s King Mill Park is a wonderful location for the outdoor wedding of your dreams. You can choose one of the islands or behind the mill on the scenic Nottawa Creek for an ideal setting. Please call the parks office for available dates and fee information.

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Parks and Recreation Director

Jaymes MacDonald

Office Mailing Address

PO Box 427
Centreville MI, 49032

Office Information

Parks and Recreation Building
602 E. Main St.
Centreville MI, 49032

(Behind the SJC Annex II Building - MSU Extension/SJC EDC)
*Driving Directions

Hours: M-Th, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
*Closed on County Holidays

Phone Number: (269) 467-5519
Fax Number: (269) 467-5628
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