Beyond it’s two separate play structures, Rochester Municipal Park offers trails, rivers, streams, volleyball nets, tennis courts, and you can even find music on Thursday nights in July.
Teacher by day, mom and wife both day and night, Danielle is the voice behind Suburbia Mom where she writes about her experiences in and around Detroit.
Kayak Detroit with tours by the Detroit Outpost! It’s amazing! The other day my friend invited me to go kayaking in Detroit with her. I’m a huge fan of the city so of course, I said “yes” but I have to be honest, I was a little confused on the thought of kayaking in Detroit. The currents of Detroit river… Read More »Detroit Outpost Kayaking
It’s time to sow your seeds! The last frost is almost here and it’s planting season. Gardening looks different for all of us. Some of us have a garden in our backyard and others use pots on patios to grow herbs, tomatoes, and strawberries. Urban community gardens are popping up everywhere within Detroit. One of Detroit’s big initiatives is to… Read More »Urban Gardens in Detroit
Mackinac Island is the one place in Michigan that everyone must visit. It’s a place the entire family can enjoy. I’ve been vacationing with my children on Mackinac Island every summer since they were babies. It’s a tradition for my family since my husband and I were married on the island. Each year for our anniversary we visit with the… Read More »Ten things to do with Kids on Mackinac Island
Suburbia Mom shares her favorite family friendly restaurants in and around the D. I chuckle when I think about our first dining experience with our baby. He was only a few weeks old and we were craving sushi. We went to Take Sushi in Rochester. Take is not a fancy restaurant but it was strangely quiet this particular day. We… Read More »Family Friendly Restaurants in Metro Detroit