This 159-acre park is located at 3751 104th Avenue on the northeast corner of 104th Avenue and Quincy Street and was established in 1989 by a gift of 20 acres from Henry and Irene Helder. The northwest portion of the park contains a forest area at the juncture of two major streams that form the Noordeloos Creek. This area offers natural habitat including birds, deer, wildflowers and tall prairie grass. Other portions of the park offer a picnic shelter, playground, two softball fields, basketball, beach volleyball, lighted tennis courts and soccer fields for recreational use.

All Holland Charter Township parks are open from 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. This park is under 24-hour camera surveillance. Picnic shelters and gazebos are available for public use on a first come, first serve basis. They may not be reserved or rented unless it is a Holland Charter Township sponsored event. (Example: Annual Holland Charter Township Easter Egg Hunt at Dunton Park).

Even though the parks are open to public use, Holland Charter Township does rent out various athletic fields (soccer, softball, etc.) as well as host Holland Charter Township Sponsored events throughout the year that take precedence. If you are looking to utilize a Holland Charter Township Athletic Field or Park facility other than for general use, please contact the Holland Charter Township Recreation Department at (616) 395-0178 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information and availability.

For information about the Helder Park Dog Park, click here.

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