Historic Bridge Park – Battle Creek, Michigan - Atlas Obscura

Historic Bridge Park

Five restored historic road bridges in a park along the Kalamazoo River. 

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Historic Bridge Park is a county park in Michigan found along the Kalamazoo River. It’s sort of hidden from view, so visitors must have a sharp eye. The park has five restored road bridges, some dating back to the 1800s. There is also a tunnel bridge under the railroad tracks. All the bridges can be walked and the trail also connects to the North Country Trail System. 

There are boardwalks, picnic areas, a playground, and access to the Kalamazoo River for canoeing and kayaking. Dickinson Creek also runs through the park.

Know Before You Go

From this park you can easily hike to two other Calhoun County parks - Kimball Pines and Ott Biological Preserve - also on the North Country Trail. 

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