Parks & Recreation
WAYNE COUNTY PARKS TO CELEBRATE ITS 100th ANNIVERSARY!
The year 2019 marks the centennial anniversary of the Wayne County Parks, the division of Wayne County Public Services that is committed to enhancing the quality of life for families and the citizens of the 43 communities of Wayne County! Click HERE for a video that highlights the parks and events in Wayne County Parks!
Did you know that Wayne County Parks was the first county park system in the state of Michigan? Learn more about the history of Wayne County Parks by clicking HERE!
There is always something to do in Wayne County Parks, no matter how old you are or what your interests are. Check out 100 fun things to do in Wayne County Parks by clicking HERE!
The Share Your Park initiative encourages everyone to share their stories about special memories that have taken place in Wayne County Parks. For more information on Share Your Park, click HERE!
COMING SOON TO NANKIN MILLS INTERPRETIVE CENTER
The lobby of the Nankin Mills Interpretive Center is currently being renovated with new displays and information! It is an exciting project for Wayne County Parks so please pardon our dust as we anticipate the work to be completed in Fall 2019.
The Nankin Mills Interpretive Center will still be open for customers to purchase picnic permits and dog park cards. In addition, the second and third floors of the museum will be open for the public to enjoy.
Please enter Nankin Mills from the front door porch located on Ann Arbor Trail or from the courtyard near the front door (closer to Hines Drive).
For more information, please call (734) 261-1990.
PUBLIC MEETING - LOWER ROUGE RIVER GREENWAY PLAN
Join us on Tuesday, May 28 at Jefferson Barns Community Vitality Center from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM to view key recommendations of the Lower Rouge River Greenway Plan. You can share your thoughts and ideas and learn out to get involved in shaping the future of your community. For more information, click HERE!