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Located in the town,right next to the bay;a rare gem. Beautiful scenery with a sand beach:updated play ground for children. Vollyball and baseball field available. Picnic tables encourage family relaxed time along with choices of covered buildings that can accommodate larger groups. Many areas to...More
My entire family enjoyed our spontaneous visit to Henes Park. We parked on the street (the gates were closed - I'm guessing they weren't open for the season yet - but there was not a posting which indicated that there were seasonal hours. There was...More
Went in October and gates were closed for driving so we walked the trails. It is such a beautiful park with great views and peaceful paths. I used to go to henes park as a child. It brought back so many memories. Great place to...More
On one of our many drives back from Marquette we decided to check out this park. Talk about beautiful! The drive along the lake was so serene. There were fountains, volleyball courts, pavilions, picnic areas, a beach. We were just amazed that we had never...More
Designed in the early part of the 20th century by Ossian Cole Simonds, Henes Park, named for philanthropist John Henes, opened in 1907. It combines rocky shores, a sandy swimming beach, woodland trails, ponds and fountains and picnic areas.
There are three pavilions for large...More