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Grams Regional Park

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Grams Regional Park Trail Guide (PDF)

Features

  1. Drinking Fountain
  2. Hiking
  3. Picnic Shelters
  4. Picnic Tables
  5. Rest Benches
  6. Scenic Views
  7. Wildlife Viewing

About the Park


Acquired in 2002, the land was originally owned by Howard and Marvel Grams. It is approximately 114 acres in size and is located along Fremont Lake, near Zimmerman, with nearly 1,000 feet of lakeshore frontage. As the name implies, the park will be developed over time into a regional park for regional use. Currently, the park is in early development stages and has some hiking trails.

The area offers a variety of land features and cover types including:
  • Grasslands
  • Rolling hills
  • Tamarack bogs
  • Three different wetland types
  • Upland oak forests
The scenic views of Fremont Lake, the land to the south, and Blue Hill, located 10 miles away, provide an unparalleled site line.

Reserve a Picnic Shelter

Park Rules


  • No motorized vehicles
  • No hunting
  • No camping
  • All pets must remain on a leash
  • Please stay on designated trails
  • The digging or transplanting of any vegetation is prohibited
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