Madge Park is located on Madge Avenue between Hughes Avenue and Russell Avenue, a few blocks east of I-75. The park offers swings, a couple of climbing structures, monkey bars along with plenty of open space to play.
Guests can enjoy either picnic seating under the giant shady trees. There is a drinking fountain at this park, however, I’m not sure it works. A tetherball pole is also present although there is no ball or tether. The play structures are old and outdated with areas of rust and peeling that make the structures dangerous.
Madge Park Hours and Fees
The playground is available for use from dawn until dusk.
The use of this playground is FREE.
Fuller Park Overview
Play Elements: monkey bars as well as two play structures
Swings: two baby buckets together with regular swings
Drinking Fountain: yes, but not sure if it works
Picnic Tables: yes
Sports Fields: no
Walking Trails: no
Tot Play Structure: yes
Fenced in: no
Seating: one bench
Parks in Hazel Park, Michigan
BMX Course at Fuller Park: On Melville between Woodward Heights & Tucker
Felker Memorial Park: On Felker between Easterling & Battelle
Green Acres Park: Adjacent to the Recreation Center at 620 W Woodward Heights
Karam Park: On Couzens between 10 Mile Rd. & Woodward Heights
Kennedy Memorial Park: On Merrill between E Otis & E Pearl
Madge Park: On E Madge between Russell & Hughes
Jessica Nagle-Wilson Memorial Park: On W Maxlow between West End & Ford
Scout Park: On E Otis & Russell
Sutar-Sutarek Park: On Caledonia between E Granet & E Meyers
Tuski Park: On Tucker between Vassar & Cayuga
Elementary School Playgrounds
United Oaks Elementary
Webster Early Childhood Center
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