Parks, Recreation & Cemeteries
Niles Charter Township Community Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Greenway Plan for 2019-2024.
Township parks are open year round, from dawn to dusk.
Contact the Parks Department
320 Bell Road
Niles, MI 49120
(269) 684-0870 ext. 10
Baseball-Brandywine Cal Ripken for information go to www.bcrbrl.com or email to email@example.com
Softball-Niles Brandywine Girls Softball Association (NBGSA) for informbation go to www.nbgsasoftball.com
Community Park is located at 1505 Bond Street. It consists of 21.9 mostly wooded acres bordering Brandywine Creek. Originally the site served as a Lodge for the Fraternal Order of the Odd Fellows and was purchased by the Township in 1972 for a park. Amenities include baseball/softball field, playground equipment, picnic tables and grills, hiking trails along Brandywine Creek, trout fishing and a community park building that can accommodate approximately 75 people and is available for rent on a first come-first serve basis. Please see the Park Rental Agreement/Park Rules for details. PLEASE NOTE: The park building is the ONLY part of the rental, the park is open to the public. BUILDING RENTAL COMMENCES THE FIRST WORKING DAY IN APRIL AND NOT BEFORE.
South Fireman’s Park
This park is located directly behind the Township Hall on Bell Road. It is the host park for the summer Cal-Ripkin baseball program and the Niles-Brandywine girls’ softball program. It is by far the busiest park during the summer with many parents, grandparents and visitors watching area youth participating in ball games and tournaments. Concessions are sold during the season and other amenities include play structures, tennis courts, picnic tables, grills and one pavilion for use at no charge.
North Fireman’s Park
This one acre mini park is located along M-51 and provides playground equipment, two benches, two grills and a covered picnic shelter.
This 4.2 acre park is located at the corner of Fulkerson Road and 17th Street. Amenities include tennis courts, basketball courts, a small ball field, play structures, picnic tables and grills.
This 3.5 acre neighborhood park is located on Knight Road east of Holmes Drive. Amenities include playground equipment (Tot Lot), a picnic shelter/pavilion, picnic tables, grill, four benches, and a winter toboggan run.
Brandywine Creek Nature Park
This park is located at the corner of S. 3rd Street and U.S. 12 and is owned by the State of Michigan and managed by the Township. Brandywine Creek, a designated Trout stream, winds through the property. It is another one of our popular fishing parks.