November is a good time to slow down, relax, and enjoy autumn’s cooler, comfortable temperatures. Explore the nearly 80 miles of trails at the 13 Oakland County Parks, try platform tennis, or check out the fall harvest at the Oakland County Farmers Market.
Category: Nature Center
Lake St. Clair Metropark offers a beach, splash pad, pool, sports, nature center, and picnic areas.
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.