Sylvan Township’s Parks

Sylvan Township has two Parks located in it - PILLAGER LAKE PARK & SYLVAN PARK


Pillager Lake Park is the first park located on Highway 1 going north of State Hwy 210 on the right side (12170 County Rd 1).

Pillager Lake Park is governed by four government entities: Fairview Township, May Township, Sylvan Township, and the City of Pillager.

The Pillager Lake Park Board meets as needed. Pillager Lake Park has host campers that stay at the park during the summer months to oversee the park in keeping trash picked up and taking care of any other needs at the Park.

Pillager Lake Park is a great place for families to gather for a picnic, swim, and fish.  Pillager Lake Park Board has had the bathrooms and playground equipment painted with the help of the Pillager and Area Lion's Club.

Note:  Swimming is at your own risk at Pillager Lake Park as there are no lifeguards. 

Sylvan Park has 3 trails completely open!  You can find a park update on the 'Home Page' of this website.  To get to Sylvan Park head North on County Road 18, take a Left on 125th, continue onto Upper Sylvan Road, turn left at Lower Sylvan Road and it is about ¾ of a mile down on the right (12271 Lower Sylvan Rd).  We have many opportunities throughout the year to volunteer at the park, if you are interested in helping out sometime, please email [email protected] to get on the email list.

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