Visitor’s guide and photo gallery for Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex in Madison Heights. The park offers a playground, swings, soccer fields, and green space. Additionally, the park also offers picnic tables, seasonal restrooms, and concessions.
Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex Location and Hours
Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex in Madison Heights is located at 29601 John R Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071. The park is north of 12 Mile Road and west of John R. It is directly behind the BJ’s shopping complex. Guests can access the parking lot from Dartmouth Street.
This 9.4-acre park is open daily year-round from dusk until dawn. However, the restrooms are only open the week before Memorial Day through Halloween. The daily restroom hours during operation are from 4 pm until 10 pm.
Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex is a large community park. It offers nine youth soccer fields of various sizes for the Madison Heights Youth Soccer Association. The park also offers a large play structure, a toddler play structure, several climbing elements as well as swings. The playground has tons of places for kids to climb, slide, jump, and play.
In addition to the play structure, this park has restrooms, a water fountain, a pavilion with picnic tables, and a concessions building. There is even a Little Free Library on the east side of the pavilion.
Red Oaks Youth Soccer Complex Overview
Play Elements: a large play structure together with many smaller elements.
Swings: standard swings, ADA swing, as well as baby bucket swings.
Surface: wood chips as well as grass.
Unique Features: spider web climbing element.
Bathrooms: seasonal restroom.
Drinking Fountain: yes.
Picnic Tables: Yes.
Sports Fields: nine soccer fields.
Walking Trails: none.
Parking: paved parking lot.
Tot Play Structure: yes.
Fenced in: yes.
Seating: just the nearby picnic tables.
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