Hagar Township Parks
Hagar Township maintains four public parks. We welcome residents and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of Michigan recreation while helping us maintain its pristine beauty.
 
Park and Recreation Plan
We are in the process of updating our parks and recreation 5-year plan. Our current plan can be found here. Parks Plan
 
Park Ordinances
No Alcohol. No Littering. No Glass Bottles. No Open Fires. No Camping. Dogs Must Be Leashed. Dumping of Household Garbage is prohibited.
 
Parking
Parking is free at all township parks. In summer months beach lots fill up quickly. Cars parked in no parking areas and on roadways will be ticketed and/or towed at the owners expense.
 
Security
Hagar Township provides security patrols of our beaches and other parks. Failure to comply with park rules will result in removal from the parks and/or a citation by Berrien County Sheriff.
 
Hagar Park
Located on M63 in the Lake Michigan Beach area. This park offers paved parking, porta johns, wooden walkway and stairs to the beach, shaded picnic area with metal grills, playground equipment and dog bag dispenser. Horses are not allowed. Park closes at 11pm. Parking along M63 is prohibited. All park rules are strictly enforced.
 
Roadside Park
Located on Blue Star Highway just south of Van Buren County line. This beach park is a natural dune park that offers a roadside gravel parking lot, porta johns and dog bag dispenser. Horses are not allowed. Parking along Blue Star highway is prohibited. Park closes at 11pm. All park rules are strictly enforced.
 
Momany Park Baseball Field
Momany Baseball fields are located on Thar Road and Momany Park Drive. East of I-196, and are part of the Hagar Township Park System. We are looking for businesses to sponsor our fields. Please Contact Deb Kavanaugh for information on scheduling games or sponsoring. 269-944-7393. This Park offers three baseball fields, equipment building, playground and parking.
 
Children's Park
Located in Riverside across from the Township Hall. This park was generously donated by the Monty Family to provide a place for youngsters to play in downtown Riverside.