Visitor’s guide and photo gallery for Wildwood Park in Madison Heights. The park offers picnic tables, a playground, swings, and green space.
Wildwood Park Location and Hours
Wildwood Park in Madison Heights is located at 26476 Delton Street. The park is south of 11 Mile Road and East of John R.
This 1.8-acre park is open daily year-round from dusk until dawn.
Wildwood Park is a small 1.8-acre neighborhood park. It offers shady areas for picnics. The park also offers picnic tables and a newly renovated playscape. The playground has tons of places for kids to climb, slide, jump, and play.
In addition to the main structure, there are several smaller elements for bouncing, climbing and spinning. Traditional and baby bucket swings are also available. There is even a portable restroom on site.
Wildwood Park Overview
Play Elements: a large play structure together with many smaller elements.
Swings: standard swings coupled with baby bucket swings.
Surface: wood chips as well as grass.
Unique Features: spider web climbing element.
Bathrooms: portable restroom.
Drinking Fountain: no.
Picnic Tables: Yes.
Sports Fields: none.
Walking Trails: none.
Parking: street parking as well as a small lot.
Tot Play Structure: no.
Fenced in: no.
Seating: yes, benches as well as picnic tables.
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Other Parks in Madison Heights
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- Edison Park offers ball diamonds, a playground as well as a small sledding hill on the 4-acre property.
- Exchange Park is a small .6 acre park that offers picnic tables, grills, together with a swing set.
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- Huffman Park is home to a basketball court, lighted softball field, play structure together with seasonal restrooms and a water fountain.
- Monroe Park offers a playscape as well as a toddler play area. The one-acre park also hosts a pavilion, picnic tables, a swing set, and a water fountain.
- Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex offers a play structure, pavilion, water fountains, and seasonal restrooms in addition to nine youth soccer fields.
- Rosie’s Park is a 30.9-acre park that offers a variety of sports, picnic tables, grills, play structures, together with seasonal restrooms.
- Senior Center Park offers horseshoe pits, trails, picnic pavilions together with shuffleboard courts.
- Silverleaf Park is home to ball diamonds, restrooms together with picnic tables.
- Suarez Friendship Woods/Red Oaks Nature Center is a 36.5-acre park with 1.3 miles of paved trails.
- Twelve-Sherry Park hosts ball diamonds, a basketball court, an ice rink, picnic tables, a playground, as well as a tennis court.
- Wildwood Park recently updated playground renovation featuring brightly colored playground equipment, swings, climbing structures, and picnic tables.
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