Looking for adventure this week in Metro Detroit? Check out our list of fun thing to do in and around Metro Detroit with your family this week.
Places to Play
Macomb County Drive-In offers 150 spots, 9 weekly movies on a 32×15 foot LED screen raised 15 feet in the air.
We are so excited to share that a brand new splash pad opened this year in Berkley, Michigan. Oxford/Merchants Park is a 6.7-acre park that is home to not only a brand new splash pad, but also a new play structure. Several other upgrades are coming soon including seating with shade, a pavilion and a toddler playground.
Summer is in full swing this year at the Monroe Street Midway and other Downtown Detroit Parks. Guests can enjoy roller skating at the Rollout Detroit Roller Rink as well as basketball and many other sports at the Rocket Mortgage Sports Zone.
Enjoy the new Rochester Hills splash pad in Emmons Plaza. Plaza also features a ramped entrance, plenty of seating, and gorgeous landscaping.
Burgh Historical Park in Southfield is comprised of five buildings along with a gazebo and gardens, a great place to spend the day learning.
Don’t miss this urban summer destination. Campus Martius Beach has 400,000 pounds of sand, great views, comfy chairs, and a fun summer vibe.
Your next adrenaline-filled family adventure awaits. Find go karts near me in Oakland, Macomb, and also Wayne County.
Three new splash pads are opening in Metro Detroit this year.
Lily Pad Springs in West Bloomfield is the largest splash pad in Michigan. It features more than 50 play features, four water slides as well as a giant water bucket that dumps 55 gallons of water.