Bush Park is one of Fenton’s largest parks. It is five and a half acres and was given to the City of Fenton by Harry C. and Doris E. Bush on December 18, 1954. Both the Fenton Rotary and the DDA have been very generous in supporting this park. The park has two entrances; one at the east end of Jefferson Street behind St. John’s Catholic Church and the other entrance is on N. Leroy Street at Fifth Street. The park is always open and has no entrance fees. The Shiawassee River runs through the park and provides a beautiful opportunity to experience peace in the city. There are volleyball courts, children’s play equipment, a tot lot area, rest rooms, a gazebo, a pavilion with electricity, picnic areas and a small island to enjoy. The park is open from sunrise to sunset.
The pavilion and the gazebo are available for rental at the city offices. The fees are as follows:
Pavilion rental: Resident ($50 rental fee + $25 deposit = $75 total), Non-resident ($75 rental fee + $25 deposit = $100 total) and Non-profit ($15 rental fee + $25 deposit = $40 total).
Gazebo rental: Resident ($85 rental fee + $100 deposit = $185 total), Non-resident ($125 rental fee + $100 deposit = $225 total). The gazebos are rented in four hour time blocks (8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.).
To Reserve This Park Please Complete The Reservation Request Form Found Here. Once you complete the request, please turn it in at the city hall.
For Information About Fenton's Gazebos and How To Rent Them, View The Gazebo Brochure Here.