Brinston Park in Troy Visitor’s Guide and Photos #oaklandcounty
Brinston Park is one the nine neighborhood parks in Troy, Michigan. It is located east of John R between Maple and Big Beaver. This 18-acre park offers several sports fields including ball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, as well as a basketball court. Visitors can also enjoy the barrier-free structure. Swings include traditional swings, baby bucket swing together with one ADA swing. Restrooms, picnic shelter, water fountains and a grill are also available for use.
Overall, it’s a nice neighborhood park, offering a wide variety of sports. I also like the fact that the paved parking was close to most of the activities.
Brinston Park Hours
Open daily from 7:00 am until 10 pm.
Entry to this neighborhood park is free.
Brinston Park Summary
Play Elements: play structure
Swings: traditional, baby bucket as well as an ADA swing
Surface: grass, coupled with astroturf
Unique Features: none
Picnic Tables: yes
Sports Fields: ball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, as well as a basketball court
Walking Trails: no
Parking: yes, paved
Tot Play Structure. no
Fenced in: no
Connect with Troy Parks
Check out some of the other places we have visited in Troy, Michigan. By the same token, you can find other parks and playgrounds in Metro Detroit. Likewise, you might find your next adventure on our list of our top ten favorite playgrounds in Metro Detroit.
Finally, community parks in Troy include Boulan Park on Crooks, Jaycee Park on Long Lake Road, Firefighters Park on West Square Lake Road, Donald J. Flynn Park on South Boulevard, and also Raintree Park on John R.
Neighborhood Parks include: