Lake St. Clair Metropark offers a beach, splash pad, pool, sports, nature center, and picnic areas.
Category: Nature Center
Lower Baldwin Park on Quarton Lake is a 29-acre park in Birmingham. The park surrounds Quarton Lake, with a gravel trail, fishing piers and greenspace.
Galapagos Tortoise Feed and Encounter at the Toledo Zoo gives visitor’s the opportunity to meet the zoo’s oldest resident, Emerson, a 100 year old tortoise.
Just an hour’s drive away from Detroit, The Toledo Zoo is a great day trip destination for your family. Over 10,000 animals that represent over 720 species.
Over 10,000 gallons a minute rise from the fissures in the limestone floor of Kitch-iti-kipi. Amazing Michigan upper peninsula natural attraction.
Fayette Historic State Park is a 711-acre state park in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The park offers visitor’s a historic townsite, 5 miles of trails & more.
The Red Oaks Nature Center Storybook Trail in Madison Heights presents the story of “How to Hide a Butterfly”. Learn how insects disguise themselves.
Innovation Hills Park in Rochester Hills just debuted their one-mile boardwalk trails in July of 2020. Enjoy a picnic, fishing, hiking, and the green space.
Independence Oaks offers a Nature Center with interactive exhibits and events. 12 miles of paved trails, swimming beach; archery range; volleyball courts.
The Red Oaks Nature Center is located at 30300 Hales Street. It is south of 13 Mile between John R and Dequindre, in Madison Heights. The Nature Center hosts over 38 acres of rich natural habitat in the midst of Metro Detroit. Visitors will need a parking pass, however, admission is free. Visitors...