Eden Springs Park Restoration

Debbie Boyersmith, volunteer coordinator at Eden Springs Park, will be presenting about the park, its restoration process, and the plans for its future.

Established in 1908, Eden Springs Park was a large tourist attraction that drew many visitors to the Benton Harbor area for decades. The park offered its guests a truly enjoyable experience with zoological exhibits, a miniature auto raceway, an outdoor amphitheater, miniature trains, beautiful gardens, and much more until closing in the mid 1970s. Restorations of the park began when Eden Springs Park Preservationists, a non-profit organization, purchased the property in 2009 with the mission preserve and restore the historic landmark. 

No RSVP is required for this free program. For questions, contact the museum at (269) 468-3330 or at kristen@northberrienhistory.org.