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Bass River Recreation Area, a 1,665-acre site, consists of open meadows, open brush land, mature hardwoods, small ponds and 300-acre Max Lake. It has approximately three miles of frontage on the Grand River. The park is used primarily for boating, hiking, mountain biking and horse back riding.
Bass River Recreation Area is a 1,665-acre (674 ha) recreation area, located in Allendale Charter Township and Robinson Township, Ottawa County, Michigan. There is a multi-purpose, 6-mile (9.7 km) trail that is used for cross country skiing, hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. A gravel boat launch provides access to Max Lake and the Grand River. Hunting is allowed in the recreation area.
M-45 to 104th Ave., North 2.5 miles to west park entrance. Alt. Rte.: I-96 to Eastmanville exit, South 4 miles to Warner Rd., West 5.5 miles to South Cedar Dr., North 1 mile to park entrance.
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