Tagged: playground

Things to do at Rochester Municipal Park

I like to think of the Rochester Municipal Park as the all seasons park.  Regardless of the time of year, there are so many enjoyable things to do while visiting the park.  Beyond it’s two separate play structures, there are trails, rivers, streams, volleyball nets, tennis courts, and you can...

Mae Stecker Park: Play, Walk, & Relax in Shelby

Whatever you and your children enjoy doing on a lovely summer day – be it playing sports, fishing, goofing around on the playground or taking a walk, Shelby Township’s Mae Stecker Park is sure to please. Definitely put a visit here on your summer-is-almost-over bucket list!  This park is a...

Bloomer Park: Fun and Nature Go Hand in Hand

An afternoon at Bloomer Park in Rochester is a study in fun and nature. With its extensive trail system and three separate playgrounds, this 200-acre park is a four-season recreation hub. A draw for local cyclists because of the velodrome, this park also brings in families looking to hike, picnic and play. In...

Sports-loving kids? Take them to Borden Park!

  If you have a sports-loving kid and live in the Rochester Hills area, chances are you have been to Borden Park. If you don’t live in the area, the 143-acre Borden Park – at John R and Hamlin roads, 1400 E. Hamlin Road to be exact – is well...

Sommerset Park – Fraser, MI

As a mom of not one mobile toddler but two, my first instinct when walking into a new park is to scope out any escape routes. Sommerset Park in Fraser, located on the northeast corner of Masonic and Kelly, is completely fenced off from the busy intersection with just two...

Playgrounds in Metro Detroit Round Up

Here is a round-up of all the parks we have visited and featured over the years on Metro Detroit Mommy.  Of course, there are so many more that we haven’t visited, so drop me a line if there is one I simply must feature in an upcoming article.  

Hidden treasures at Kensington Metropark

On a recent visit to the Kensington Metropark, we enjoyed seeing the baby animals and taking a hay ride at the Farm Center. But this part of the park offers a few hidden treasures as well. If you walk down the hill, you will find a labyrinth, a thatched roof...

Taylor Heritage Park

The city of Taylor is home to a variety of family friendly venues including the beautiful Heritage Park.  This multipurpose space surrounds the Taylor Public Library on Pardee road, just north of Northline road in the heart of Taylor. The park has space enough for a few areas including an...

Allen Park Tot Lot

The Allen Park Tot Lot is a perfect impromptu destination to stop and play on your way to enjoy some family fun in beautiful downtown Allen Park. Unofficially called the “Barney Park” to native Allen Parker’s, this lot has enough grass to run and play accompanied by a soft turf...

Stepping Stone Falls in Flint

Stepping Stone Falls is located at 5161 Branch Rd. Flint MI. Access to both the park and parking is free. If you like to bike, run, or hike you can get to the park using the Flint River Bike Path starting at the corner of Carpenter and Bray.  Otherwise there...

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