Nestled along a 200+ acre nature preserve and within a 10 minute walk to the historical Village of Ada, Ada Moorings neighborhood offers everything you could want in location. The neighborhood
offers outdoor recreation including a small playground, a paved walking/bike trail through the nature preserve, a boat launch for canoeing on the Grand River, a community clubhouse for gatherings,
and various landscaped cul-de-sacs where neighbors and kids gather for pick-up games of soccer or a barbecue. The neighborhood is also connected to Ada Township Park, one of the area’s favorite parks
as it features baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts, butterfly gardens, fishing ponds, picnic pavilions, forest trails, and playgrounds. If you prefer shopping to canoeing, a short 10 minute
walk to the Village of Ada will delight you with trendy urban eateries, fast food options and ice cream stands, a church, gas station, post office, farmers market, and a variety of galleries and
unique shops. The 100 year old homes in the original Village, the Covered Bridge, and good master plan keep the town large enough to provide the amenities you want yet small enough to allow you to
feel a part of a small hometown community.
The idyllic location doesn’t sacrifice in anything. Take advantage of Forest Hills Public Schools, one of the highest ranked schools in the State of Michigan. Students will attend Forest Hills Central Schools or can elect the full Chinese and Spanish language immersion schools within the district.
The neighborhood is comprised of 230 homes and offers single family homes and condo homes. Residents of all ages and families of all sizes have made this hidden gem home. Homes are unique with each home customized to the individual taste of the owner. Backyards can offer everything from grass and playsets to private ponds ready for a kayak or some ice-skating.
We welcome you to visit. Hike the trails, bike the paths, and chat with the neighbors. It’s a great place to call home! See link below for a video showcasing our neighborhood.