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The sign for the W. Scott Munn Riverwalk at Hall Street Park.
The Riverwalk is accessible from the edge of Hall Street, just south of Hamlin Street.

A beautiful bridge for the W. Scott Munn Riverwalk takes users from Hall Street Park to Howe Memorial Field.
Edgewater Apartments is viewable from the Riverwalk at Martin Hansen Memorial Park.


The W. Scott Munn Riverwalk joins the sidewalk on Main Street, next to the River's Bend Mesquite Grille.


The bike lanes on State Street pass Miller Farm Museum.
Another view of the bike lane.


The bike lanes end at the Eaton Rapids Schools complex at Greyhound Drive.


Grand Army of the Republic Island Park is an historic location in Eaton Rapids.
Island Park is on the Grand River and is often used by local fishermen.

Island Park has a brightly colored playground.
Walkways from shore take visitors to Grand Army of the Republic Island Park.

The beautiful gazebo on the island is bordered by picnic tables, which are commonly used during the warmer months of the year.
A monument on the island honors the members of the Grand Army of the Republic, who camped at the park many years ago.


The small park at the end of Mill Street has a nice view of the Grand River.
Ducks and geese like to visit the park.

A kaayak/canoe launch at the small park gives users access to the Grand River. This is a view looking north at the Grand River.
The park on Mill Street has a small parking lot.


A large monument at Memorial Park honors those who served in the armed forces.
A large monument is dedicated to former mayor Charles Horner at Memorial Park.


A wide view of Memorial Park.


Howe Memorial Field has several ball diamonds, a couple of pavillions, and a large playscape.
One of the pavillions at Howe Memorial Field.

The large wooden playscape at Howe Memorial Field.
Practicing on a baseball diamond at Howe Memorial Field.

A view of Howe Memorial Field across the river at Hall Street Park.
The W. Scott Munn Riverwalk at Martin Hansen Memorial Park, along the Grand River.

The sign for Martin Hansen Memorial Park, which is adjacent to Knight Street.
Martin Hansen Memorial Park is home to the Eaton Rapids Rotary Club Ampitheater, which is used for concerts and other performances.


The Riverwalk passes a shelter and picnic area at Howe Memorial Field.


There is a fishing pier at Hall Street Park.
Hall Street Park has a picnic area with small grills.


McArthur Park has a small playground and picnic areas.
McArthur Park's beautiful view of the Grand River.


Another view of McArthur Park.


Biggs Park is on Hall Street.
On the north end of Biggs Park, there is a small playground.


Dr. J.B. Bradley Park has a small playground.
Red Ribbon Hall, built in 1878, is an historic spot on Main Street.

Eaton Rapids has a nice downtown with old brick store fronts.
City Hall and the public library are located on Main Street.

One of several historical markers in Eaton Rapids can be found on the bank building on Main Street, which describes 'The Saratoga of the West.'
Another view of downtown Eaton Rapids.

The Miller Farm Complex on State Street has a museum and is home to Safety Town.
Miller Dairy Farm No. 1 first produced ice cream in 1896. The property was acquired by the Eaton Rapids Area Historical Society in 1992.

On Spicer Street, across from the Post Office, there is an historical marker that remembers Austin Blair.
Austin Blair was Michigan's governor during the Civil War and had a law practice in Eaton Rapids.

A rainy day in downtown.
Eaton Rapids has a few beautiful old churches, like First United Methodist Church on Main Street.

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