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Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk

Visitor’s information and images for the Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk. The Story Walk is pages of a book on signs along the trail.

Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk

Enjoy some fresh air and a story at the Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk. The Story Walk features a series of signs along the nature trail that display pages of a picture book for families to read together.

Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk

When Metro Detroit Mommy visited, the book was The Way Back Home but the books change periodically. On October 30th, a new interactive How to Catch a Monster by Adam Wallace will run through the Halloween weekend.

The walk through the little nature trail was short, but fun. The kids enjoyed stopping to look at the pictures and read along with the story.

Livonia Civic Center Library Story Walk

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Metro Detroit Storybook Trails

If you are looking for a fun and educational outdoor activity, then you are going to love the Storybook Trails that are popping up all over Metro Detroit. Walk some of your favorite trails while you enjoy a children’s story which is displayed at several stations along the route.

  • Beverly Park (Beverly Hills)  is a 34-acre park that offers a sled hill, ice skating rink, and playground. The park also hosts sports fields, disc golf course, as well as wooded trails.
  • Heritage Park (Canton)  a free park that features a playground, splash playground, athletic fields, pavilions as well as restrooms. Walking paths, wood trails, sand volleyball, together with an amphitheater are also available.  
  • Clarkston Independence District Library
  • Baker Woods Preserve (Chelsea)
  • Highland Township Public Library
  • Auburn Hills Public Library
  • Red Oaks Nature Center (Madison Heights) – hosts over 38 acres of rich natural habitat in the midst of Metro Detroit.  Visitors will need a parking pass, however, admission is free.
  • Beaver Creek Park (Sterling Heights) is a 14.5-acre park that hosts play structures, sports fields as well as picnic areas and trails.