Granger Meadows Park is unlike any other recreational facility in the area. Designed to provide year round use, the park offers winter activities such as cross country skiing and sledding, as well as the traditional summer uses. The park has been designed to reflect the agrarian roots of DeWitt Charter Township. Rolling berms covered in natural meadow grasses, a small orchard, and the earth tone colors of the buildings all suggest you're still on the farm. The park is located near State and Wood Roads with access from Granger Meadows Lane. Granger Meadows Park is connected to Valley Farms Park by a lighted and paved trail. The 76-acre park includes recreational opportunities for everyone, including an adult softball diamond; an inline skating rink; 4,500' of mulched trails; a playground; lighted, paved barrier free parking; a warming room; a natural ice skating pond; a basketball court; 9,300' of paved and lighted trails; three picnic pavilions with grills; barrier free restroom facilities; a 70' high sledding hill with three slopes; and a koi pond. As the primary active recreation facility in the Township, the 25-acre Valley Farms Park includes both the Kramer-Ruthruff Area and the Township Community Center. Having undergone major renovations in the last few years, the complex boasts many recreational opportunities, including an adult softball diamond; two youth baseball diamonds; a basketball court; a sand volleyball court; two picnic pavilions; restroom facilities; horseshoe pits; a play structure; slides, swings & merry-go-rounds; lighted, paved barrier free parking; picnic tables and grills; paved barrier free pathways; and two multi-purpose fields (soccer or football). The Kramer-Ruthruff Area is a heavily wooded area, which includes a nine-hole disc golf course. The Township Community Center offers a facility for indoor recreation and meeting room accessibility. Valley Farms Park is located at the intersection of Brook Road and Wieland Road.
A great option to explore during down time between sports events.