Branstrom Park

Found along the Fremont Town & Country Path, Branstrom Park is a 100-acre park that was donated to the town of Fremont by attorney, William, J. Branstrom. This idyllic setting features a playground, pavilion, a short looped hiking trail, and even a 24-hole disc golf course. In the winter months a skating rink welcomes ice skaters and hockey players, as well as trails for snowshoers and cross-country skiers.

Branstrom Park’s well-marked 1.9-mile looped trail traverses a canopied forest and is moderately challenging, but can generally be accomplished in under an hour. It is a popular trail in all 4 seasons of the year for hiking and cross-country skiing, and is a destination for birding as well. Dogs are welcome to come along, but must be on a leash.

Park Details

Location: Fremont, MI
Area: 108-acres
Activities: Hiking, biking, XC skiing, picnicking, disc golfing
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Branstrom Park in fall
Branstrom park in fall
Family playing in leaves in fall
Family hiking Branstrom Park in fall