The Douglas Park Project


Parks allow people of all ages, interests, and abilities to come together and enjoy the outdoors. Our community deserves our parks to reflect all the beauty that Douglas has to offer. 

That's why we are looking for your help--it's time to refresh Beery Field and put in a playground at Schultz Park! 


Phase 1 is complete thanks to our great community!
October 15, 2020:  Phase 1 community build was a huge sucess.  The Beery Field renovation is complete and one playspace at Schultz Park is installed.  Check out the picutres on our website or play in person at the parks!


Phase 2 is underway!

Right now:  We are fundraising to complete Phase 2.  This will hopefully include finishing all of Schultz Park:  5-12 inclusive playspace, fun inidividual pieces and adult fitness area.

We are raising money through individual donations, community fundraisers, and grants.  All funds raised will go directly towards the renovation at Schultz Park.  


We are hoping to raise all the funds by Summer 2022, and we cannot do it alone! 

Check out the proposed playground & workout equipment for our community! 


Fundraise Your Way & Get Involved- It's easy!

These parks are your parks, so get involved!  Lend a hand.  Give a dollar.  Join the fun!

There are many ways to help us fundraise!  You can give a one-time donation, create a team, pledge a special day, or get creative and throw your own event! Choose how you would like to fundraise and help bring new life to our parks.


Get in touch by emailing us at douglasparkproject@gmail.com.  You can also check out our facebook page and instagram profile.


You can donate here online or by mailing your check to: 
The City of Village of Douglas, PO Box 757 Douglas, MI 49406 

We appreciate your support!


Learn More

The Douglas Park Project Committee is a volunteer group of local residents.  Our Committee received approval from Douglas City Council for the replacement of equipment at Beery Field and creating a playground and adult workout area at Schultz Park. 

Following an initial research and interview process, Sinclair Recreation of Holland, was selected to complete the project. Their designs focus on giving people of all ages and abilities space for play and exercise.