Fillmore County Park
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Fillmore County Park

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Fillmore Park At A Glance

This land was bequeathed to Livingston County in 2006 by Raymond Fillmore. The park is expected to open to public recreation in 2019.


The park entrance is on McClements Road approximately 1 mile north of East Grand River Avenue, at the intersection of Kellogg and McClement Road in Genoa Township (SE Livingston County). The park is located midway between the cities of Howell and Brighton.

Acreage: 198 acres

Park Use:

The first phase of park development will be a 10-acre traditional county park with a 5k trail throughout the eastern portion of the park. Phase I development plans were designed for accessibility and technical assistance was obtained from the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living.


Intended amenities in the first phase of park development will include a multi-use athletic field, 5K natural surfaced trail, 1/2 mile accessible trail for hiking, benches for viewing sports activities, parking and restrooms.


An ecological site assessment of the park property has been conducted by the Huron River Watershed Council. A solid relationship with park neighbors has been established including the neighboring Chaldean Catholic Camp.

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Grant Application Maps

Final Fillmore Site Concept Maps.pdfFinal Fillmore Site Concept Maps


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Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Press Release

LWCF Press Release


Fillmore County Park

Bioreserve Assessment

HRWC Bioreserve Assessment