Parks

The Tomlinson Arboretum is one of many beautiful park areas in Clinton Township.
The Tomlinson Arboretum is one of many beautiful park areas in Clinton Township
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The Historical Village, which features two historic homes, is located on the Civic Center Campus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As your Township Supervisor, I’m proud to have supported the continued growth of our park system. And in my time as a trustee and supervisor, have our parks grown! Today, Clinton Township boasts over 186 acres of parks for you and your family to enjoy. See the listing of our parks below.

FRANK H. BUDD PARK: 41.9 acres
19000 Clinton River Road, near Romeo Plank Road
Facilities: kayak launch, playground apparatus, 2 baseball
diamonds, 5 soccer fields, parking lot 3 pavilions, 10 charcoal grills (Includes: 2 double grills and 1 triple grill in pavilions), 2 volleyball courts

CANAL PARK: 16.1 acres
20100 Clinton River Road
Facilities: Parking lot and dedication marker

CIVIC CENTER PARK: 15 acres
Romeo Plank Road, south of the Civic Center
Facilities: pickleball courts, one-mile nature trail, 2 Little League ball diamonds with scoreboards, covered dugouts and player benches, 1 senior ball diamond, 2 baseball diamonds and backstops, 8 soccer fields, 2 bocce courts with 4 benches, 1 shuffle-board court, 2 lighted ice skating rinks with benches, 4 horseshoe pits, sledding hill, 1 double volleyball court with 4 benches, 2 tennis courts with 2 benches, 2 basketball courts, concessions building, 1 pavilion, 1 handicap-accessible playscape with 4 benches

GEORGE-GEORGE PARK: 30 acres
East side of Moravian, south of Cass
Facilities: fully landscaped park with gardens, 5,000 ft. of walking and bike trails, nature trails through 10 acres of wetlands, a large playscape, 2 fountains, picnic pavilion, picnic tables, park benches, restrooms

JOY BOULEVARD PARK: 20.6 acres
24001 Joy Boulevard, east of Gratiot Avenue
Facilities: I pavilion, playground apparatus, 3 baseball diamonds, 1 football/soccer field, 1 comfort station, 2 horseshoe pits, woodchip trail to train loading stop, 2 parking lots, Steiner Building, storage trailer, and pole barn 4 charcoal grills (one double grill), 1 bike rack

NEIL E. REID PARK: 6.2 acres
37705 Harper Avenue, north of Metro Parkway at Wellington Crescent
Facilities: playground apparatus, 2 basketball courts, backstop, 2 tennis courts, 4 shuffleboard courts, 2 horseshoe pits, 1 volleyball court, 1 comfort station, 2 picnic pavilions, 1 sandbox, 2 park benches,

NORMANDY PARK: 17 acres
34300 Little Mack, between McKishnie & Catalano
Facilities: 1 basketball court, Magic Square, comfort station, playground apparatus, 1 pavilion, nature trail, parking lot, electrical outlet, 4 horseshoe pits, 10 charcoal grills, 7 park benches, drinking fountain

PRINCE DREWRY PARK: 8.6 acres
21845 Quinn Road, east of Gratiot Avenue
Facilities: Playground apparatus, 1 basketball court, 2 baseball diamonds, 1 comfort station, 2 picnic pavilions, 2 parking lots, 4 charcoal grills (2 are double)

TOMLINSON ARBORETUM: 20 acres
17900 Canal Road, east entrance
West entrance at the east end of 18 Mile Rd.
Facilities: bike path and multiple benches located throughout

WEBSTER STREET PARK: 1.1 acres
Webster Street, west of Beaconsfield
Facilities: Playground apparatus, 1 basketball court,
1 Magic Square, 1 bike rack, 2 park benches

WOODROW WOODY PARK: 10 acres
East side of Moravian, south of Cass
Accessible through George-George Memorial Park
Facilities: Clinton River access to be developed at a later date

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