The Park Ranger Division of the Genesee County Parks and Recreation Commission is a full-service law enforcement agency headquartered in Genesee Township, Michigan. The Park Ranger Division includes the Chief Park Ranger, a Detective, Full-Time and Seasonal Park Rangers.
All Park Rangers are licensed Police Officers in the State of Michigan. The Park Ranger Division is the primary law enforcement agency assigned to patrol the Parks Commission properties. Park Rangers enforce all laws including Federal, State, Marine and local ordinances. The Park Ranger Division operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all year.
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Parks Safety Tips
The Genesee County Parks are some of the safest parks in our Nation. Rangers encourage you to use common sense and follow these simple safety tips to make your experience great!
Rookie Ranger Academy
July 12, Linden County Park, Pavilion 5
July 19, Davison Roadside Park, Pavilion
August 2, Flushing County Park, Pavilion 5
August 9, Bluebell Beach, Pavilion 1
For ages 8-13, all abilities.
Pre-registration required by one day before the event. Register here or call 800.648.PARK, ext.6.
What does it take to become a Genesee County Parks Park Ranger? See all the police and fire equipment that Park Rangers use every day. Become a detective finding hidden fingerprints, identifying wildlife and solving a crime by collecting clues on a scavenger hunt. Learn what to do if you see a gun, learn the proper way to call 911, and much more. Prizes, lunch and snacks provided (special needs to be supplied by parent/guardian). Dress for the weather. Wear tennis shoes **No flip flops**.
July 2, Bluebell Beach, Splash Pad
For families, all ages and abilities.
Pre-registration not required.
Join the Genesee County Parks Park Rangers for a story, along with crafts and entertainment during this program offered by the Flint Public Library. Please see www.fpl.info for details on the Summer Reading Club.