Madeline Bertrand County Park
Located just south of Niles, Madeline Bertrand County Park offers a public area of natural beauty along the St. Joseph River. Trails lead through pine and oak forests, offering opportunities for hiking and bicycling. Trails are groomed and lighted for cross-country skiing in winter and ski rentals are available. One of the park's most unique and popular features is a challenging 18-hole disc golf course. Covered shelters, an indoor lodge, scenic picnic areas and a children's playground structure make Bertrand a favorite location for family and group outings.
April - October: Open daily, 10 am - sunset.
November - March: Open Wednesday - Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm, Closed Monday & Tuesday.
Daily Entry Fees: $3.00 per vehicle for Berrien County residents; $5.00 for non-residents.
Annual Permits are available for Park Entrance, Cross-County Skiing, and Disc Golf. Learn more at Annual Park Permits.
Click Naturalist Services to learn more about the natural history programs provided by interpretive naturalists for schools, organizations and the general public.
Madeline Bertrand Park has 3 unique rental facilities: the Bertrand Lodge, the Topenebee Shelter, and the River Shelter. Click the Facility Rental page to learn more about these facilities and how to reserve them for your next outing or function.
Rules: Pets are allowed when leashed. Alcohol is prohibited at all County Parks. Rules Ordinance