Heritage Park

25099 Farmington Rd, , MI
Farmington Hills
MI 48336

Heritage Park

Park/Recreation AreaSignificant HabitatEco-Tour/Nature WalkPedestrian FriendlyBird and Wildlife WatchingEcotourism ResourceChild Friendly Site


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Heritage Park is located on the west side of Farmington Road between Ten and Eleven Mile Roads. Currently available at this 211-acre park are 4.5 miles of trails for hiking and nature study. In the winter these trails are used for cross-country skiing. A large picnic area is located at the north end of the park. It includes a group picnic shelter, youth playground, in-ground grills, two sand volleyball courts, an in-line hockey rink, a walking labyrinth and six horseshoe pits. The picnic shelter is available on a "first-come" basis, but may be reserved in advance for a nominal fee. During the winter, the department maintains the pond near Farmington Road for ice skating. Also located in Heritage Park are the Visitor Center, Day Camp, Nature Center and Studio-Stables buildings. For pavilion rental contact (248) 473-1800.

Oakland County Moms writes: Heritage Park is a massive venue in Farmington Hills with tons of activities to do year-round for parents and children.

Click here for a photo gallery of Heritage Park in Farmington Hills, Michigan.

Located on the west side of Farminton Road between 10 and 11 Mile, the 211-acre property features 4.5 miles of walking trails.

When you follow the road through the park, you will begin to notice that Heritage Park is home to some historic buildings. These buildings feature the Visitor's Center, the Nature Center, and the Art Studio. The Nature Center, which is known for its bird-watching area, is free and open to the public. The Art Studio is the former stables of the property, and is used for art and pottery classes.

As you explore the park, you will notice that the trails are the most dominant feature of the park. The trails wind through the park and provide scenic, overlooking views of the area and the Rouge River.

The recently-built splash park will be a big attraction for children. It is located next to the playscape area that also features volleyball nets and a large, open field for any other activities you can think of.

Click here for a list of artists performing in Heritage Park's Summer Concert Series

The winter months also feature plenty of activity at Heritage Park. Sledding, outdoor hockey, and cross-country skiing are the three popular activities in the park; but other activities and events are held at the park.

Any of the three picnic shelters in the park can be reserved through the Costick Center. You can call the center at (248) 473-1800 to make reservations.

The park prohibits fishing in any pond or river located in the park and dogs are not allowed.


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