11401 Hall Rd.
Utica, MI 48317-5900
Phone: (586) 739-7111
Fax: (586) 739-1041
Dodge Park is a great place to spend your leisure time. Its 51.2 acres are replete with opportunities to picnic with friends, enjoy a friendly competition of volleyball, and in the winter the in-line skating area becomes an outdoor ice skating rink! There is always something for everyone here, anytime of year.
The Packard Proving Grounds Gateway Complex was designed by Albert Kahn & William E. Kapp for Packard Motor Car Company. The former automotive testing installation comprised of various buildings and towers built in Cotswold style and roads that served as testing tracks for Packard automobiles. Operational since 1927, the facility is now defunct. The place was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
Situated on a huge lake, this park is a great place for outdoor fun like fishing, boating and picnics.
Freedom Hill County Park is a huge area that caters to many events that take place at Sterling Heights. There's a nice picnic area where you can enjoy relaxing on the green bed of lawn, munching your favorite bite. And if this doesn't impress you much, there's loads of activities that you can enjoy doing at the play-scape, nature trail and outdoor pavilions. For those who like watching performances, there's an amphitheater too, just for you. The park is also home to a gigantic conference center that can be booked for any event under the sun.
Situated along the Clinton River on 1,200 beautiful park like acres, this historic cider mill has been water powered since 1863 and has been pressing apples and producing delicious Michigan cider since 1920.
The four-acre park, nestled along the Clinton River, offers fishing and picnicking, batting cages, soccer fields, basketball courts, hiking trails and a roller blade oval.
George George Park in the Clinton Township was opened in 2008. This beautiful park is a favorite place for all types of people on nice days, from teenagers to families with children. The park has a large play area for children, fountain, covered pavilion and a large space for walking, biking and jogging. George George Park is a popular location for special events like birthday parties and weddings.
Bloomer Park is one of the largest parks in Rochester Hills. Built in 1924, this scenic parkland houses several sports fields, playgrounds and a cycling track. Unwind with a picnic or enjoy a hike along the nature trails. The highlighting feature of its landscape is the Mike Walden Velodrome, which is the only oval-shaped track in the state of Michigan and a big draw among cycling enthusiasts.
Clinton Grove Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in operation in Macomb County. Built in 1855, the architecture is dominated by the Tudor revival style. It is a Michigan State Historic Site and is incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places. The cemetery is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Sitting on 41 acres (16.5 hectares) of land, the Raintree Park provides playground facilities as well as a forested area to enjoy Nature. A baseball diamond, soccer field, and sand volleyball court are just a few of the facilities and amenities in the park. Golf can also be played here.
St. Paul's Albanian Catholic Church is located on Auburn Road in Rochester Hills. Associated with the Archdiocese of Detroit, the church offers daily worship and Sunday masses. The St. Paul's Albanian Catholic Community is also home to the first Skanderbeg monument in United States. Unveiled in 2006, the statue commemorates the 14th-century Albanian noble who resisted the Ottoman Empire successfully.
Patterned after its popular predecessor, Kensington Metropark, Stony Creek has 4,461 hilly acres around a lake created by a dam on the Clinton River. It's a year-round recreational paradise. During the summers, it's a place to swim on several sandy beaches, launch boats, fish, picnic, bicycle or hike on the 10-mile park road or play golf on the 18-hole public course. Bike rentals are available. In winter, it's a great place for cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice fishing or ice-skating. A nature center, a nine-hole frisbee golf course and group camping are also featured. It's a long hour's drive from downtown Detroit but easily accessible from the Pontiac-Auburn Hills area or anywhere in northern Macomb County.