Have a Play Day at Ingham County Parks

Ingham County Park Passes.jpgPut on your walking shoes, pack a picnic basket and dust off your fishing poles and enjoy more than 1,200 acres of parklands throughout Ingham County with your library card. We’re talking about Ingham County Park Passes, which are now available in our Library of Things (LOT) collection.

Visit any of our 13 branches to check out a pass for one week with adult or youth library cards. With a pass, your household can enter and park at any Ingham County Park. Not only that, but our passes come with exclusive access to experience additional recreational activities at select parks.

With your pass, visit Hawk Island Park and Burchfield Park, where you and three others can enjoy leisurely exploration with a one-hour paddle boat rental*. You can also use a pass to rent equipment for up to four people and play one round of disc golf at Burchfield Park and Lake Lansing North.

But the fun doesn’t end with paddle boats and disc golf! There are plenty of things to do at Ingham County Parks, including playing volleyball, walking trails, canoeing and more. Most Ingham County Parks are open year-round, and some parks offer winter activities, including sledding, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

If you’re ready to have a play day at an Ingham County Park, check out a pass. You can view a list of park locations and recreational activities offered at each Ingham County Park at pk.ingham.org.

Other Passes in our LOT

In addition to Ingham County Park Passes, Potter Park Zoo and Lansing Makers Network passes are available to CADL members. We also offer two types of CATA bus passes: a rural service 10-ride pass and a 31-day bus pass. Explore our passes and the entire LOT collection at www.cadl.org/things.

*Paddle boats are available between Memorial Day and Labor Day (when staff are available).