Marquette Trowbridge Park

The community of Trowbridge Park lies near the southeast corner of Marquette Charter Township, just adjacent to the city of Marquette to the east. While Trowbridge Park is considered a census-designated place (CDP) for statistical purposes, it is also regarded as part of the larger Marquette Township as an unincorporated community. The area was established by Charles Trowbridge when he bought 640 acres of land in 1855, with actual development starting in 1910. Today, Trowbridge Park has grown into a purely residential community that still retains its small town charm within a growing suburban environment.

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Trowbridge Park has an abundance of single-family residences, mostly single-story homes like simple cottages, modest bungalows, and spacious ranch houses, along with custom homes and townhouses found in newer neighborhoods like Cedarville Townhomes. Homes are on large, heavily wooded lots and tree-lined streets, and since the area is mostly built-out, vacant land and lots are limited.

Local Attractions

  • Lions Field – Also known as Lions Park, this recreational area located on the block between Summit Street and Cherry Street features a tennis court and a softball field that’s currently the home of the nearby Marquette Senior High School teams. For the past two years, a temporary ice & hockey rink has been set up during the winter months, but the rink will now be in place all year round so it can also be used as a roller rink during the summer. Lions Field is currently in the middle of an expansion project that will see the construction of a warming building, a half-size basketball court, a new kiddie park, and a paved walking track around the area with barbecue pits and benches.
  • The Westwood Mall – This large shopping center built in 1974 includes JCPenney, Kohl’s, and Younkers as its anchor tenants. The mall is within Trowbridge Park’s boundaries, but is also part of the booming Brookton Corners commercial strip along the US-41 and M-28 roadways, which is lined with numerous shops and restaurants from major chains like Target, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Menard’s, and Starbucks to locally owned establishments.