Article by Shane Teelander - October, 2012

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Panorama View From the Bottom Watershed

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Panorama View From the Bottom Watershed and the images are from an iphone5.

About 500 yards south of 76th Street (on the East Beltline/M-37) on the east side of the road there is a hidden Jewell of a park.

The owner of this website purchased this property from an uncle (Uncle Paul Ruehs) whose father homesteaded the land in the mid 1800's.

Fred Ruehs and his family at one time owned 1000 acres of land in the Caledonia area and Fred's family donated the property where the Fred Reuhs park now is located in Alaska Michigan at the Thornapple River.

The "bottom-land" of this property is a natural watershed where rain waters wash from the surrounding hills and farmlands as the water drains into this pretty spot.

A park is now located in this watershed and the pictures below show another Outdoors Treasure in Michigan.

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Sign

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Sign

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Culvert that Runs Under M-37/East Beltline

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park Culvert that Runs Under M-37/East Beltline

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park View From the Bottom Watershed

Caledonia Michigan Hidden Park View From the Bottom Watershed