The City of Jonesville has two community parks. Carl Fast Memorial Park is located downtown, the park encompasses one block along the north side of Chicago Street/US-12 downtown. The park has a pavilion, benches, picnic tables and some playground equipment.
The Wright Street Park, approximately four acres in size, has a pavilion with rest rooms, tennis courts, a basketball court, playground equipment and two baseball fields.
Portions of the public parks may be reserved by families, groups and organizations. Click on Documents and Forms in the Quick Links to view the Reservation Policies and to print a Reservation Form.
The Jerry Russell Trail is a 1.4 mile, paved non-motorized trail converted from an abandoned rail bed. The beautiful trail is enjoyed by walkers and cyclists alike and provides the first public access to the St. Joseph River in Jonesville. The project was supported be an MDNR Natural Resources Trust Fund Grant, Don and Donna Playford, Jonesville Rotary Club, and the Hillsdale County Community Foundation.
The City operates the Sunset View Cemetery, located at the east end of town along Chicago Street/US-12.
Jonesville is also home to the Mill Race Golf Course, a privately owned and operated nine-hole course, located just four blocks south of Downtown.