Kopper Park in Canton is a 1/2 acre park features a toddler playground. The site also includes a Little Free Library and picnic tables.
Located within minutes of downtown Grand Rapids, the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is a one of a kind experience.
Ford Heritage Park in Ypsilanti Township. 106 acre park with baseball/softball complex, soccer fields, paved nature trails, playground and picnic facilities.
All May, National Geographic Kids Books is celebrating Dino-MAY-nia. Here are some of the awesome books your dino fans will love.
So you are looking for things to do in Detroit? We have a great list of places to visit and fun things to do in the Motor City. Whether you are a visitor or live in or nearby Detroit, there is so much to see and do in our great city. Let us take you on a brief tour of our favorite and BEST places to visit in Detroit.
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Palmer Park Detroit, a 296 acre nature oasis, is home to a plethora of recreational opportunities including a new playground and splash pad.
Indian Creek Zoo in Lambertville offers visitors the chance to meet a wide variety of animals. Meet a giraffe, feed a sloth or lemur.
Starr-Jaycee park in Royal Oak is home to many sport fields, a playground, pavilion, restrooms, and Great Lakes Live Steamers train rides.
ATTENTION metro Detroit dinosaur lovers! The Jurassic dinosaurs are having a RAWRIN’ good time on the road and will bring the Jurassic Quest® Drive Thru experience back to Detroit this summer. Guests can enjoy Jurassic Quest Detroit from June 18 until July 4, 2021.