Ford Field Park in Northville Visitor’s Guide and Photos
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Downtown Northville is just a hop, skip an jump away from Ford Field Park. Also nearby, guests can enjoy a visit to the historical Mill Race Village or the meandering Middle Rouge River. This six-acre park is most well known for an amazing wooden play structure, but also features a lighted ball diamond, 1/4 mile asphalt path, picnic tables and bench seating. Restroom facilities consist of a port-a-potty, so it might be best to “go” before you head out for a visit.
The wooden play structure features a castle theme with plenty of room for the kids to run, jump, climb, as well as slide. There are so many different ways for the kids to test their balance and physical abilities at this park.
Ford Field Park in Northville Hours
Open daily from dusk until dawn.
Entry to this neighborhood park is free.
Ford Field Park in Northville Summary
Play Elements: One large wooden play structure, specifically Fort Griswold
Swings: 1 standard as well as 1 bucket
Surface: Wood chips
Unique Features: Not only is the park connected to Mill Race Historical Village, but also it’s only a short walk to downtown Northville
Picnic Tables: Yes scattered throughout
Sports Fields: Baseball diamond
Walking Trails: Paved walking trail 1/4 mile
Tot Play Structure: No
Fenced in: Play structure is fenced in on 3 sides
Seating: benches throughout the park
Connect with Northville Parks & Rec
Finally, check out some of the other places we have visited in Northville. 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.
Northville, Michigan Parks include:
- Cabbagetown Park
- Northville Community Park
- Fish Hatchery Park
- Ford Field Park
- Henningsen Park
- Millennium Park
- Sheldon Road Park
- Thayer Corners Nature Area
- Veteran’s Memorial at Waterford Woods