Parks & Recreation Director
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Office Hours may vary due to Recreation Schedules.
The City of Potterville, is a small community just south of Lansing and off of I-69 and home to four wonderful parks for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. From ball fields to nature trails, the City takes great pride in maintaining and offering a variety of outdoor spaces and activities for their citizens.
Lake Alliance: 515 Alliance Drive, Potterville, MI 48876. Provides the community and visitors one of the best softball/baseball complexes in the area. Come out and enjoy ball games and activities under the lights! All 5 fields in this park are lighted. With 4 softball fields, conveniently surrounded around a concession stand and restrooms. A high school regulation baseball field, with a press box, concessions, restrooms and 2 batting cages. Lake Alliance Park provides 2 covered pavilions. The large pavilion is across from the baseball field and can hold at least 150 guests, while the small pavilion is on the backside of the lake and can hold at least 30 guest. The park also features a playground, 24 acre lake with a boat launch, docks, fishing, non-motorized boats, a Disc Golf Course, nature trails and a sledding hill.
City Park: 425 North Hartel Road (M-100), Potterville, MI 48876. Located right in downtown Potterville just off of M-100 features a little league ball field, a play structure known as “Imagination Station” 2 pavilions, picnic tables, restrooms and its right next to the Potterville-Benton Township District Library.
VFW Memorial Park: West Main Street, Potterville, MI 48876. Located across from the Farmer’s Market Pavilion in downtown Potterville; features a war monument, a walking path, a shrub garden and benches.
Sunset Hills Park: Sunset Drive, Potterville, MI 48876. A small pocket park, located in Sunset Hills subdivision just outside of town; is on a 14 acre park and features a playground, picnic table and swing set.
The intentions of Potterville Parks & Recreation sports program is to guide participants-boys and girls in a fun, organized program, that helps develop fundamental skills of each sport. By promoting play through sportsmanship, teaching and guidance. It is our goal to encourage a positive learning environment for all ages and abilities.
To participate, registration is required.
Challenge yourself on the Lake Alliance disc golf course. Similar to the traditional game of golf, players attempt to throw their disc into each “hole,” or chained basket, along the route with the minimum number of shots.
Bonfires at Lake Alliance Park are permitted in certain areas. You can find the guidelines at the link below.
You can find the full City of Potterville 5 year Park & Recreation Plan by clicking the button below.