Gladstone

Gladstone, named after the British statesman William Ewart Gladstone, has a population of 5,032 and covers an area of 4.5 square miles.

There are four parks totaling 500 acres including the Sports Park with a downhill ski hill and tube run and chalet.

The waterfront jewels of the city are Van Cleve Park, Gladstone Harbor, and the Gladstone Beach.

Cool off during hot summer months at the Gladstone Beach on the south side of Van Cleve Park. Shallow water makes this a perfect stop for the kids. Public showers and restrooms for changing into your swimming gear are available at the Gladstone Beach House.

Recreation amenities at the park include a skatepark, volleyball court, baseball diamond, and a basketball court. A fishing pier is located near the lighthouse where you can fish for trophy walleye, bass, and pan fish.

If you are looking for a unique sea/land experience, try the 3 Mile Bike & 3 Mile Paddle loop available through MISH that takes you from Van Cleve Park along the shore of Lake Michigan and back via bike & kayak. You can bring your own bike or borrow one when you get there.

Van Cleve Park also has a large pavilion and picnic shelter near a huge playscape with climbing areas and wooden towers for the kids. It is a perfect spot for reunions and large gatherings.

Stop in Gladstone on your next Upper Peninsula adventure and take a scenic walk across the bridge to relax in the gazebo and enjoy the picturesque views at Van Cleve Park.

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Gladstone, MI 49837
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Region: Gladstone
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